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... of the souvenirs in the city.
From Oct to March (we just missed it) at full moon for a few days the city floods up to about calf to knee height. They have wooden tables piled up all around the city that they use to make pathways. The locals all wear huge rubber boots. You can even get rubber boots with high heels so you can still be stylie. The city is sinking about 25cm every hundred years. Every 10 years or so they have an emergency flood ...
... for dinner - delish! Sunday Spent the morning getting ourselves organised, we got way to used to being on sailing tour were we didn't have to think. Got all our washing sorted & saw st marks square etc in the thick of crowds. Spent the afternoon wandering around Venice, taking in the sights, escaping the crowds in random small laneways & cute bars. Monday Today we caught the boat over ...
... cultural area.
The arena was built in the 1st century AD (I found this truly incredible...it still looks so good despite it being mostly original to this day) and was the sight of many gladiator contests. Even today it is known for its great acoustics and many well known artists come to perform in the town.
Christian refreshed our memories of Shakespeares 1596 Romeo and Juliet. As he said the true story was already known prior ...
... St Mark's Square, the Basillica and campanile. There is then an opportunity to visit a glass blowing demonstration and factory at Galleria San Marco. We'll be having dinner on the island then back to the hotel for a good sleep before getting up at sparrow **** for another long coach trip to Rome. We will be staying at the Antony Hotel (Anth comes with us wherever we go <3), via Orlanda, 182, 30173 Venezia, Italy, Telephone: +39041542 ...
... not many gardens in Venice. It was nice to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet.
After lunch, we walked backed towards the bridge to the Accademia which houses the largest collection of Venetian art in existence spanning five centuries. The Gallerie dell’ Accademia, is housed in three former religious buildings. The basis of the collection was the Accademia di Belle Arti, founded in 1750 by the painter Giovanni Battista Piazzetta. ...