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... local gems… So with a very rough map in our heads, we head out with no particular place to go.
We cross Rialto, still cursing the scaffolding half covering this famous bridge, and wander around the San Polo district, stopping for a cappuccino in a tiny square. I don’t even drink coffee, but when in Italy… We pass churches, basilicas and bridges aplenty as we amble into the Dorsoduro district. We emerge somewhere ...
... now that remain in Venice. 70 were demolished in 19thC. We stopped at Sante Maria. It shoukd be noted there is only piazza in Venice (St Mark's). There rest are only Campo's in Venice. They originally had grass on them and now it's only paved. There were cisterns built at each Campo. Free drinking water. In the past needed to ensure they didn't get polluted so were government regulated. However, each private house still had its own cistern. Aqueducts were only built ...
... in Venice, the island, for the majority of our stay, however for our last night we went to the main land and stayed at Jolly campers campground. Tasha and I got our very own model home, complete with a picnic table out front. Unfortunately it was cold and we didn't really plan things enough to have an actual meal out on our picnic table but getting a break from the city was nice. Overall Venice was a great place to visit and I plan to go back ...
... is were the Ferry and water taxis drive. Im not a boaty so I don't know the road rules, but I think people drive their sea vessels better than the land lovers drive their cars, except for our ferry driver of course.
Back to exploring, its about 6:00pm and as bright as midday and hot. We have dinner organised for later and have plenty of time, so we walk along the waters boulevard. There are street venders selling anything trashy and ...
... and run down, a lot of buildings like our commission highrises at home, lots of old houses that haven't been maintained. Hard to look after them when they're that old I guess. A lot of grey unpainted houses that looked tired, but on the opposite extreme, when they decided to do a pint job it was either bright orange or yellow or purple. Kind of ugly.
Arrived in Venice about 11am and had to pick up our transport tickets for the city but no machine in sight. ...