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Our final full day in Venice. Up and did our packing first so we would be ready to go tomorrow when the bells rang out at 8:00 a.m. This was an every morning treat for us because we had churches all around where we were staying and they all had bells that rang out first thing and it was quite a sound to experience. Added two more bags to our checked luggage because we re-read the information and once again said only one carry on bag ...
... of Venice'
We arrived just beating the crowds.
We had 3 major things to see, The Manet exhibition,The Dulcale (palace) and the St Marco Basilica....we managed all 3...and all were very good
After seeing all that it was time to just wander the streets and alleys to see what we could find.
Its a city of dozens of churches, unfortunately they don't allow pictures.
By 3.30pm the heat had beaten us....we bought a bottle of wine and headed to the hotel before heading ...
... the Doge, but in 1807 became the city's cathedral and the seat of the Patriarch of Venice. it's considered an epitome of Byzantine architecture, with it's gilded mosaics it's an example of the opulence, wealth and power of Venice, as evidenced by its nickname from the 11th century of Chiesa d'Oro (church of gold).
... we opted to head up to the balcony at the campground and spend a lazy few hours chilling out. By early afternoon, when the worst of sun’s power had relented, we strolled back down into Florence to grab some more gelato (Florence had the best gelato we came across, but funnily enough, the worst pizza). Happily, it must have been market day or something, as all the stalls were out, displaying their wares. Florence is famed for their leather products, and all manner of garments and ...
... in. I have found that cars here in the Naples area whether behind me, beside me, or coming at me, frequently want the same space on the road that my car is occupying. Isn’t that a violation of a basic law of physics; two items of matter cannot occupy the same space simultaneously? Proves yet again that I am glad I made my kids take physics because I failed to do so. Anyway, Randy has more faith in his fellow Italian drivers than I. And he has ...