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Hello, again, Blogonauts. Venice is beautiful, historic, and culture-packed city. And along with these indubitable virtues, it also happens to exist in 21st-century Italy. Italian disagreements are common and often filled with drama. (This is, after all, the country that lifted grand opera to its treacherous, tearful, tragic peak.) Along the way, …
... I don't think I've ever seen so many people! It was packed!! On the eastern side of the square is the large Basilica di San Marco. Taking over 800 years to build and covered in mosaics. I was surprised at the queue to enter the Basilica. None. We just walked straight in. And it's free! Of course if you want to go up to the balcony, you pay. If you want to go to the treasure rooms, you pay. Altar, you pay. But the large majority was free. The roof was golden (24 carat ...
Visited the huge Basilica of St. Francis, housing the saint’s tomb. Built in the 13C, the frescoes by Giotto heralded a new era in Italian art. Giotto painted the frescos that told of Jesus' early life, all the others painted by other artists in Giotto style. St Francis' life was also told in frescos which covered walls and ceilings. No photos allowed in the basilica. We went down into the 'tomb' area where mass was being held by a group from ...
Today I woke up early at 6AM. I just couldn't sleep anymore because today we're going to Venice. I've wanted to go for as long as I can remember!
We meet for breakfast at 8AM and have eggs! I love the hot food prepared by Topdeck. Next we all head for the bus to see the sights of Venice! There is a shuttle bus from our camp ground and ride about 15mins to a monorail. This monorail will take us to ...
... glass, venetian masks and tacky souvenirs. All the swank stores you would find in any major world city are here to but we enjoyed watching the quieter places and moments.
In the evening Tim and I went for a walk over Academia bridge. We stood there for awhile watching the boats on grand canal and listening to a man playing a baroque instrument that looked like a guitar. Water, boats, and music were mesmerising. Kids home ...