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... about for years. We didn't do much of the traditional tourist activities, but we did manage to get lost, wander into a beautiful church, eat fresh seafood, take a ride down the Grand Canal on the poor man's gondola (ie Vaporetto, or public transportation water bus), see a fairy-tale bookstore, drink yummy prosecco, and sit in a square at night and enjoy peace and quiet in the middle of an island full of tourists. ...
... different shops but did not buy anything. Stop for coffee and get another Vaparetto back to the main island. Once back it is a day of walking and site seeing. We checked out some restaurants as suggested by out hotel and booked one for dinner. Also found a small wine store and bought some Lemoncgello both normal and creamy. From there it is off for a morning drink followed by pizza and icecream. ...
... to last the 2hr train ride to Venice. After checking out, it was a short 10min walk to the station. We only had to wait a short period until we knew our platform number. Getting on the train was interesting, a small group which seemed to involve a mother, daughter and grand mother were such in a rush to get on the train, they jumped on the train, even before any of the other passengers got off, and seemed to cause more delays as they were getting in the way of ...
... tour to learn more about the history, but more importantly the best route to get around. Our tour guide was the best yet, teaching us about being "in the red", the Jewish Ghetto, Carnivale and it's ability to put people from different socioeconomic groups on the same level, Casanova, the underground "forest" creating a solid foundation, drinking and collecting rain water and the meaning of masks. Wow!
... no traffic on a Sunday we reach the airport quickly and we're soon in the air and finally on our way to the main event of our trip: Italy! The flight is only an hour long, so in almost no time we're descending through cloud to Venice's mainland airport. On the ground we grab tickets and walk for five minutes to the ferry terminal — the island has a causeway and buses are probably the cheapest option, but when you are approaching Venice ...