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... refuses to sit inside. She loves boats and water and the outdoor seating gives both of those. This restaurant was a little more touristy, so it wasn't as good as the one the previous day. We're looking forward to the food in Burano tomorrow.
Tomorrow we would take the Vaporetto over to the island of Murano famous for its glass blowing and then to Burano, famous for its fresh fish and painted houses.
... the world, which has now closed down. Was kinda interesting to learn about how it was discovered and how it was mined. Glad that job no longer exists. This town is also known for lace.
Did a tour of the mine, a little ho hum, seen one mine, seen them all.
Arrived at Venice bus station at 6 pm and caught a water taxi to the hotel. Wandered off to find the hotel that I am staying in for my 3rd night here so I don't get ...
We decided to stay on mainland Italy rather than book a hotel within Venice itself. We arrived early into Oriago and were able to relax and recharge before continuing to the island community. Venice is connected to Italy by a highway and train line. Otherwise, there are no motorized, wheeled vehicles of any kind! Instead of roads the canals serve as the only motorized routes around the city. We took the bus across the highway and then set out on foot from there. We didn't have ...
... platform. It is 12:05 now and I haven't eaten anything since I woke up at 5 am because I only have my credit card and the station cafés only take cash. My last train has a restaurant (that takes cards!) in it though so once again everything worked out in the best possible way! I have never enjoyed a roll and cappuccino for breakfast so much. I'll be back in that restaurant for lunch in a few hours! Later: So after going to 5 hostels I finally found one with an available ...
... gathering for the afternoon performance of La Traviata. At some point, we also passed a palazzo where the 15 yo Mozart gave a recital. We came out again onto the Grand Canal, and were (at our request) taken across to S. Maria della Saluti - an enormous white domed church at the tip of the Dorsoduro part of Venice, which was built to give thanks for the end of the plague which killed 1/3 of the population in 1630. Again, we ...