Angeles Inn Venice
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... in prison; Marco Polo was born in Venice but lived in China for 25 years. He brought silk and spaghetti back to Venice.
Our walking tour winds up back in St. Mark's Square. The line for St. Marks Basilica is very long, and the water is just beginning to seep into the Square. Because the square is the lowest point in Venice, only 1 meter above sea level, when the tide is high the square begins to flood. The tides change every 6 hours ...
... water, we ducked into a shady cafe to cool off with an early spritz. Much more civilised.
Seranading gondoliers, with the occupants of the gondola happily taking pictures of us taking pictures of them!
Dinner by the main waterway where a cool breeze was appreciated, then off to a performance of Vivaldi's Four Seasons at Chiesa S. Vidal. A wonderful evening.
Only got maybe 5 or 6 hours of sleep so 6am was not too pleasant a time to rise. Wasn't in much of a rush to get down to breakfast considering they haven't been anything extraordinary in the past and this place wasn't exactly the Ritz. But when Liz opened our room door to head out you could smell something delicious downstairs. So we hurried up a bit, excited to see what it could be. But of course we get down there and it's the typical breakfast spread. ...
... are stalls selling masks or shops selling pizza or gelato.
So far we have only come across friendly folk.. I think. I can't understand much of what they say but we get by. By chance we stumble across San Geremia - a church containing Saint Lucia. At the alter through a glass box is what appeared to be a statue with a mask and robe. Upon closer look at the hands and feet however realisation sets in that it ...
... Noah, start building!". I'm sure this is a direct result of Guenther taking video in the church yesterday.....after today's video tapping, Venice is going to sink tomorrow. However, the rain did not stop the intrepid Canadian travellers. No, we just donned our Columbia gear and dodged umbrellas all day. A little soggy, but doable. Today we are off to St. Mark's Basilica. Once again, indescribable. The mosaics, the marble, the immense size...you don't know where ...