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... beautiful from every side of the tower and we decided it was well worth the effort to get there! Plus - we had lots of fun taking pictures out on the plaza while we waited for everyone to get back down.
Back to San Marco Square. Now around five o'clock. We were getting tired from all our sightseeing and some of us were dreaming about a nice cold brew! Others of us (Tom and John) were on a mission to find our way back to the convent - the ...
... there still. We are 3 kinds of amazing pizza, a great welcome to Venice food.
On to a long walk exploring the streets until we met our walking tour at 4:45. Our guide walked us through Venice until 8:30 p.m. and showed us many sights we could not have seen on our own. For example, the Jewish Ghetto, the oldest synagogue in Venice, and the first Jewish pawn shop and bank in Venice (one of the only occupations ...
... of the boys had trashed mine and Shannon's room and managed to destroy my glasses. (Was not intentional and none of them meant to ruin my stuff, just a sucky consequence of too much alcohol) I was pretty angry! But thank goodness one of the last things I chucked into my suitcase JUST before I left home in Canberra was my spare pair of glasses! Otherwise I would have been a little blind for the rest of the trip ...
... the Doge (emperor or governor) of the day. Also viewed the St Mark basilica from the outside. Like most of the big cities we visited, Venice was very crowded. We spent the rest of the time just exploring the area around St Marks square. We were surprised at the number of busters on the square trying to sell all sorts of novelties. The ones selling the red roses were particularly aggressive. They would thrust the rose ...
With very little time left for sightseeing today in Lucerne and a train to be on at 10.40am, we were up early. We wallowed in the shower, washed our hair, the works, as it was our first for 3 days with clothes almost to match. Any wonder no one wanted to sit near us. Down for an early and quick breakfast and off to see the Lion Monument. This is amazing and actually very moving. It was erected to remember the Swiss Guards who's job it was to protect the French King. During the ...