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Travel Blogs from Venice
... The Doge’s Palace was big; there were lots
of prisons. In San Marco square there were so many pigeons and people were
feeding them. I saw a master
making glass on Murano.
The weather was better the second day and it wasn’t as
crowded. There are 120 islands that make up Venice and 120 churches. The
gondola trip was very peaceful.
Rome and Venice are tied with five***** each.
Arrivederci a ...
... So we all got photos touching her breast (I felt so creepy). After that we went and had dinner at a restaurant. I ordered the pasta carbonara. It was the worst pasta carbonara I have ever had. It looked like the cream had curdled and tasted really dry. I did not enjoy it at all. What made it worse was the bad service, the €2 cover charge to sit down and of course the fact we had to tip the poor ...
... re boats. After a couple of stops and a scoot across some open water we arrived at Murano.
Murano is famous for being the home of Venetian glass, with factories, galleries, shops and the Museum. As soon as we got off the bus, a guy was at the jetty saying free glass blowing exhibition. Like lost sheep, most people followed his directions, Di and Pete included, and we saw some colorful and unusual tumblers being made. Have to admit it was interesting but of course, it ...
... restaurants. The sound of boats and the water splashing up against the side of them...this is definitely our kind of city.
Went out for dinner to a place not too far from where we are staying. Met a nice American couple who along with us had a great time being laughed at and taking the mickey out of by the waiter. Was a fun evening, drinking wine, eating great food and having a good laugh.
Navigating your way around here is like ...
... from Michigan, Carol from Toronto and us. Upon our arrival at the hotel, we had a wonderful surprise; Sabine and Toni (our friends from Germany) were waiting outside for us! We were so happy to see them again. We managed to get everyone’s luggage into storage, as our rooms were not ready. Then, we all made plans for the day; five of planning to take the train into Venice and Carol was going to wait for Lonnie to ...