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... lugging their suitcases over the Academia bridge then so could I. As it turned out we saw Carol and Peter just before we got to the bridge and Peter took my luggage - it's very heavy so they was very kind of him.
Of all thee possible hotel locations in Venice, Ray and crew are literally around the corner from me, so after we all dumped our luggage at our new hotels (had to carry mine up 3 flights of stairs!, not looking forward to bringing that down ...
... that is bridge is assembled. We were told that everyone was going to be out on the water at that there would be an incredible fireworks display at 11:30.
We went on the morning tour to Piazza San Marco - St. Peter's Square. The buildings were very white and very pretty. The church was beautiful. Everything was covered in gold. We were anxious to shop though so as soon as the tour was over we took off to shop and hoped to find somewhere quick to eat. We found some ...
... Not bright eyed and bushy tailed, but up! A strategy to beat the crowds in order to get photos with out crowds of peple photo bombing our pictures. It turned out to be an excellent plan as later in the day there were thousands of people. We meandered through the backstreet canals, watching the gondolas get ready, deliveries made on boats and vendors setting up their stalls. We were soon back at the Rialto bridge...this ...
... quite long because they did a whole medley of songs from Fiddler on the Roof—ha!
I walked over to the San Marco waterbus stop and took it back to the apartment. I had an inside seat this time (behind the cutest little boy who made faces at me) and discovered the Night Landscape setting on my point-and-shoot camera. It’s amazing how it seems to add lighting to the pictures. By the way, it was after 8:00 PM by now and the shops were still going ...
... talked to them until we had to leave for our train.
We were all separated on the train, but each came back with awesome stories. I sat with 2 girls in their 20s and their dad from Vancouver. My dad sat with people from England (and now wants to go there) and my mom sat with a us airways flight attendant and her husband from North Carolina. The 2 hour and 20 minute train ride flew by.
We arrived late afternoon in Venice. I can’t even begin to ...