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... 90 m wide and has an average depth of 5 meters. The Rialto bridge was the only one across it until the early 1900's.
Saw one interesting gondola ride where most people were standing up going from one side of the canal to the other and was actually a local commuter service using a 'traghetto' type that cost 2 euro ($3). That is the only gondola ride any local would ever do!
After this huge day, we enjoyed eating out at a local restaurant, then all hit the hay.
... Accademia, and next the Santa Maria. We spent the rest of the afternoon
strolling along the narrow streets window-shopping and taking photos. So far we
only took photos in the museums of Paris and a few of the main architectural
features, Venice had photo opportunities around every corner. Once back to our
hotel we showered up and decided that this first night would be the best to
experience the traditional and authentic ...
We went to the Murano glass factory in the morning and saw how they made glassworks, an art the have practices in Venice for about 1,000 years. I felt this was so unique we bought a nice vase and glass set with the traditional purple color Venice is known for. We will have an inscription that this was our honeymoon in 2014 and will be a family heirloom.
We went on the tour of San Marco's Basilica. This church with the remains of Saint Mark ...
... you see today was completed in 1591. Amazing. Off at that stop for a Kodak moment and a stroll down the back streets. Lovely area and I look forward to returning after our trip to Austria. We even found a Disney Store!
As we sensed we were missing out on our last evening aboard the Regal Princess we headed back and lucky we did. Not long after our return Venice experienced a huge electrical and hail stone storm! I would not have wanted to be caught in that!
We we ...
... leaders, and I think the Catholic priests were also part of the contingent. Youth groups brought up the rear, then the entire crowd followed, marching along to the drum beat, and were eventually swallowed up in the town's two major churches which faced each other across the town square. There were remnants of bay leaves and fragments of terracotta pots lying around, so we presumed there had been a Good Friday event here as well. The town of Kirkira is very pretty and was a ...