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... remark usually attributed to Napoleon calls the Piazza San Marco "the drawing room of Europe" (the attribution to Napoleon is unproven).
The Doge's Palace (Italian: Palazzo Ducale) is a palace built in Venetian Gothic style, and one of the main landmarks of the city of Venice, northern Italy. The palace was the residence of the Doge of Venice, the supreme authority of the Republic of ...
... that long). We roamed around Burano for a bit - it was close to 1pm by the time we got there, so we found a little spot to have to lunch and then wandered a little more. Burano is now my fav of the islands. Well, that's not fair exactly. It was our 3rd visit to Venice before we even made it to Burano, at which point it rained on us after about 30 min, so we really didn't see much. I always enjoyed going to Murano ...
... Hour Rusty Nails . . But, on second thought - decided that there is too much breakage in the Comeau household to even consider a 60 euro glass! :-). Passed lots of beautiful Morano glass sculptures . . Some contemporary . Some realistic. Especially beautiful was one of lots of different birds in flight!
Finally, we got hungry. Found ourselves a great little cafe on the less peopled side of the island. Umbrellas to shade us from the ...
Our morning wake up call actually came through this morning on time. We went ahead of the girls to breakfast to secure a table for the four of us, as several different tours were leaving close together and we knew the breakfast room would be packed. We were able to get a seat just before the another tour poured into the dining room. Breakfast options were about the same as the previous hotels. Thankfully, there were more choices and unlimited quantities compared to that vile ...
... liked to see where the famous glass work is done. Venice would be very pretty after dark so we regretted not driving as we had to catch a train back before dusk.
We also learned our first *********** about Italy - don't miss the trains! We missed our train back and assumed we could just catch the next one at no additional charge. We assumed wrong, and the mistake cost us an extra 75 euros!