Ca' della Loggia
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... knowledge. We returned to the ship for a hot shower and dry clothes. We were more fortunate than others who left their return to the ship until later, the weather became quite treacherous and after 1 lady nearly fell into the water they abandoned trying to get the last 20 on the tender. They talked about flying them to Santorini to meet the ship but eventually bussed them to another dock that was more sheltered and finally got them aboard. Looking at postcards ...
... the temptation we decided to become tourists and buy a large masquerade ‘Veneto’ mask!! The Venetian mask became popular in the 18th century and its primary reason was to hide an individual’s social standing at carnivals and masquerades. Any servant could be mistaken for an aristocrat, and vice versa. Men and women could be flirting more freely, without the fear of moral judgment and have less inhibitions. You often could not even ...
... hustle and bustle (and of course, the many many pigeons ) and listen to live pianists and violinists while being served by waiters in tuxedoed jackets! So, so nice! Th e bells from St. Mark's Cathedral are a nice touch when they ring at their appointed hours. Arrival Day was also Mark's (my cousin Jan's husband). So our first dinner here was also a celebration for his birthday. Another great ...
... Polo airport around 1:30 pm the following day
4-26 From Marco Polo airport, we took a public bus to Piazzale Roma and took the vaporetti to Certosa island where our boat Vita Pugna was moored. We passed by the famous Piazza San Marco. Our 7-day cycling vacation Venice to Mantua starts in Certosa Island. Vita Pugna is a 100 year old restored barge which has 10 cabins. The cabins were tiny but functional. There ...
... was the area by the people mover near the cruise ships, and Rialto was the landmark bridge of Venice about halfway between Roma and Marco. If we made it to the Rialto Bridge, we could follow the Grand Canal to the train station (to get to he mainland) and Roma. I think these signs were a ploy by the locals to keep the sprawling crowds contained to a few avenues, because every avenue I looked down while passing them was empty. We were turned around once by heading too far west instead ...