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... now I've been amongst them. Or perhaps I'm transforming slowly into one of them. There were two cases today as I was contemplating the sagging shape of a Venetian window, or admiring the way the pink building looked against the green water, rather than looking at the gondolas or particularly photo-worthy bridge, that an Italian approached me and asked for the direction to the Roma Port or a certain trattoria. I may not feel the need to take photos of the passing gondolas or ...
... much better there than anywhere else I had tried.
We eventually made it back to the baggage hold and we embarked on our first ever vaporetta ride. Vaporettas are a form of public transport in Venice. They are boats that travel around all the islands. It is just like a train in Melbourne but better because a) they are less crowded and b) because you can take in the fresh harbour air.
... to massive chandeliers, vases and everything in between. A few restaurants, but mainly shops, the majority of which stayed open during siesta time.
Returned on the direct vaporetto which took us on the other side of the Cimitero. Changed vaporettos and headed up the Grand Canal to the markets. It was high tide and some of the restaurants close to the canal had water lapping under the feet of their patrons.
Our gondola ride ...
... an all day ferry ticket and started heading for San Marcos's square. What an experience to travel the waterways of Venice. I pinched myself. I had had an image of Venice in my head and it was a little different but still magnificent. Some of the children had imagined everyones house door ending at the water and them stepping into boats. Some didn't realise that there would be streets to walk on. So we all had a readjustment of thoughts. We had waited a fair while ...
... signs to Ferrovia (although this took us to the nearby bus station, causing us a little angst and the need to pick up our pace!!)
We looked in lots of shops for some presents we wanted to buy but weren't having much luck. It ended up that we felt the best shops were actually the ones between the Rialto and the Vaporetto stop.
This meant we were a little later than we expected to be and ended up having to walk very quickly and not stop to get anything for tea on ...