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... ships and the ubiquitous gondaliers rowing their pirogues loaded with tourists willing to pay handsomely for a 45-minute cruise through the canals which separate and link the main island. Some photographs. First, the setting and people and then a second email with the glass in the shops. I've been collecting glass for a long time and it's a favorite focus of mine when traveling. Venice is probably the premier location ...
... some sleep.
The next morning we took a waterbus to the Murano island. Murano is known for the glass blowing and there are shops that will have an open door so visitors can watch. We hung out there then Jenni and I sat by the water talked and wrote in our journals. We then took the waterbus back to Venice, found the same gelato place from the day before and sat and journaled some more. We then got pizza and walked around again. As we ...
... can charge our iPads etc on the train! So convenient. Arrived in Venice and caught the wrong vaporeto ( over water transport) but fortunately it got us to well within walking distance of our hotel, and as the weather continues to be beautiful it was no hardship to walk. Our hotel, which is lovely and small, is in a great location and is only a few metres from the grand canal ...
... for a good transit f1 time but got diverted a number of times bloody road works and no entry boards so had to end up settling for a 'all we could circuit'. Nick stopped off with the high rollers in the casino for a look around whilst Owen had another go at the track and I wrote a swift postcard in order to try and get the Monaco post mark. (Good luck deciphering family - she was written with haste) We got out the walkie talkies for the first time too - worked a treat as ...
... first. We got a no. 2 water bus and were lucky enough to get seats right up front. This meant Lee and I got great view of the canals, boats, old buildings and the kids liked it because if we hit a bow wave from another boat it splashed up and hit the kids. The screaming tourists behind weren't so excited about it, but the kids squealed with joy (which I think annoyed the other tourists too). Oh well.
Murano island is the glass blowing capital of ...