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... maze here but the spaghetti is amazing.
We also went to St Marks square and the Basilica. The Basilica is a big church that they built with lots of mosaics made of gold.
The next day we wondered around Venice and looked at the classical Venician masks.
... original poles, now hundreds of years old. Some of the bigger buildings are sitting on nearly a million poles each! They are fine, it's the stone that is now suffering from the erosion of flooding and the wash of boats. The water is now rising 1 mm a year. It's such a problem they are building a sea wall that can be raised during king tides to stop the flooding, due for completion in 18 months. We had a ...
... the Fourth Crusade of 1202-1204CE. Long story, but almost ...
... for the tourists but we have to say making a horse ornament out of molten glass in 3 minutes is quite clever. We also had a lesson in Gondola building. These days they all come in from China but there are still a few local builders but sadly it is a dying art.
History lesson time. There are exactly 479 Gondoliers in Venice. Back 600 years ago the ruler of Venice got caught in a gridlock in the canals and in an angry tone he asked just how ...
... Rialto Bridge. This bridge was built in 1591 and was the only bridge crossing the canal until the 19th century. Later in the evening, we took an excursion to the picturesque "Island of the fisherman", Burano, famous for its multicolored houses lining its canal. It looked like Venice in technicolor! Jose took so many pictures of this beautiful village that his camera's battery ran out of power. Burano is also famous for making lace. ...