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... of music on all sides of the square. Grab a hot chocolate or coffee and sit down and be entertained all night long.
Murano’s reputation as a center for glass making was born when the Venetian Republic, fearing fire and the destruction of the city’s mostly wooden buildings, ordered glass makers to move their foundries to Murano in 1291. Murano glass is still associated with Venetian glass.
Murano's glass makers were ...
... sure I need to repeat. The gondola seemed to be on a constant lean to one side especially when we went under bridges and the gondolier wouldn't sing so we sang Pokarekare Ana to him and the rest of Venice instead.....it sounded great and we did get applause. We found our hotel which we move into tomorrow night. It is quite close to the railway station and in a great shopping, cafe area so we are looking forward to that. Pretty much a long day of wandering about, ...
... looked back, half shocked and half amused. Perhaps in response to my raised eyebrows, or perhaps truthfully, the waiter laughed, "No, not you." I'll admit, I was slightly offended. I nodded curtly and rushed to re-join my group.
Although we were exhausted, the day was not quite over. We would be travelling the next morning, Easter Sunday, and so wanted to attend the local mass that night at St. Mark's. It had stopped raining, and the rain-soaked streets sparkled ...
... got a shower about 8.30. Well I say 'shower', but in fact all rooms were trying to shower at the same time and at one point, just as I had put soap all over me, I lost all water pressure completely. Aaagh!!! I simply had no option but to wait until someone had finished!!! Lovely :(
After a pleasant breakfast, I did some more blog entries - although discovered later on in the day that NONE of the pictures I uploaded that morning had saved to the blog. Very frustrating! ...
... barbarians into Italy during the Dark Ages, many Italians fled to the small sand islands in the Laguna Venita to try to eek out a living. The barbarians didn't follow them into the lagoon and they slowly began building a society on these small sand banks. Islands were built up by sinking timbers into the sand and on this reclaimed land homes and ...