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... to cut our loses and find one more place to explore before Paris. Milan is another gorgeous Italian city. Not a lot to do, but beautiful. We lashed out and stayed in a nice hotel for a change. It may not seem like much, but being about to flush toilet paper down the toilet bowl, brush your teeth under the tap, have a HOT shower with constant pressure without having to hold the shower head up ourselves was like being in heaven. It's the little things. ...
... It was an unfortunate accident but in the true tradition of an E-H, she bravely soldiered on.
Murano is a very attractive island and watching them make the glass objects is fascinating but it is so touristy that we were pleased to move on after lunch.
... of the furnace would add to our already elevated body temperature. We did walk past several lovely window displays and into a number of showrooms, some with quite amazing sculptures that were way beyond our bank account. We did opt for a pair of nice "on-the-rocks" glasses for our house-sitters.
My feet were getting pretty tired after nearly 4 weeks of touristing, but I was only a little offended when a young woman offered up her seat to me on the vaporetto on the way back.
We caught the earliest possible train to Venice. It was the longest train journey yet. But this gave me some more time to catch up on my blog. After navigating through the train station, we pulled our suit cases along the cobbled streets of Venice in the direction of the hotel. In that short walk we got to see so much of Venice, I now have a good taste of what Venice will be like in the days to come. ...
... historical areas of Venice including the Palazzo Ducale and Saint Mark's Basilica, and we are actually given permission to take photos in them and not have to pay 2 euros to see the back of the church. Once we have been to a few of the art museums (with art that actually made sense), we decide it's time for a seafood lunch. There's a quaint restaurant on the island of Giudecca, facing the main island, with shaded tables and crisp white umbrellas. ...