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... horses in the upstairs balcony museum. From the balcony the mosaics are within reach, and the the glass fragments are tiny, probably not more than a centimer square. Looking down on the piazza from the roofline walkway, we saw lighter than usual crowds, and almost dried puddles.
Took a scenic roundabout walk to San Zaccaria, which was closed for lunch break, but we found Seth's favorite sandwich shop on a Castello back street.
... want to get it from him!! After a good rest we set out again to look at the Rialto Bridge area – very crowded as there are lots of market stalls there. I bought a tie gift and Craig bought some drugs for his cold. It was lovely wondering by the water near the Ca D’Or etc. We also had another small stop at a bar – nice aparol again. Back home for another rest. I am listening to a great audible ...
... hope we came out somewhere we recognized. Gondolas everywhere. Almost a traffic jam of them. We are riding a gondola tomorrow as well as take the regular boats up the canal and to neighboring islands. Enjoy the pictures and videos below. Sandy's view - Bone tired, and we have a week to go! I agree with everything Bear said above! I did cry when I got my first sight of Venice. It is unbelievably beautiful, and I have to keep pinching myself to remind me this is real! Love ...
... down to San Marco and met the girls. We then all strolled along shopping and looking for food! We stopped at a small place off the beaten path a bit and had a wonderful meal! Then took a few more pictures on the Rialto bridge before heading back to the room because it was getting dark! Unfortunately our time in Italy is about to come to an end, for tomorrow it's off to the French alps! - ...
... for its lace making by hand. We watched a demonstration of this in a small shop, by a woman who described the intricate stitching required to make the delicate articles. There was time for a quick coffee and a walk around the shops before boarding the motor launch for the journey back to the ship.
Our cruise came to an end on the morning of Thursday 19th June, when we were taken by water taxi and foot to our hotel. As our ...