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... canals, and bridges. We went to the Rialto Market, and walked across the infamous Ponte Di Rialto (rialto bridge) which is Venice's first bridge across the grand canal. We walked over to Piazza San Marco where St Mark's Basilica and Palazzo Ducale (the seat of Venice's government for 7 centuries) is, along with many other sites. During our long walk down a maze of streets and canals (the map was glued to my hand at all times, it is so easy to get lost!) we stumbled across a ...
... AWAY FROM OUR HOTEL. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
But whats Venice about if you don't have a tale like this to tell.
We are excited about tomorrow as tomorrow is our Gondola lesson with Row Venice, and guess what?
The jetty to meet the Gondola is on the opposite side of where we live! Arrrhhhhhhhhhhhhh
Speaking of tales, I have two stories but for the life of me and Womby, we cannot remember when these events happen or what day. So I am going to put it ...
Got our final fix of French breakfast this morning...croissants, pain au chocolat, crepes, and some macaroons and a baguette for the road...sky, whatever! We're definitely going to miss the French food!! Aside from the massive (or gaggle as Kaelyn called them) French senior tour group who had no concept of lines or courtesy, we had a rather smooth checkin at Paris-Orly airport. After a quick flight and gorgeous view ...
... we walked to the "people mover," which is just a small monorail that took us across the water. From there, we argued about directions, and ended up not on the Grand Canal, but on the “OK Canal” as I called it. Michelle and I thought that was a pretty funny name, but Simon, being Australian, didn’t really understand the humor. From there, we walked the other direction. We never found the Grand Canal, but did find the bar area of Venice, where drinks were ...
Another somewhat late start this morning, but we made tracks all the way to St. Mark's Square again once we were underway. We lined up for the bell tower first thing, and this time we got to take an elevator instead of walking up all those stairs like the crazy Romans and Florentines do.
It was a little hazy again today, but it was still an amazing view from ...