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... wended through streets and over canals. We learned that Venice was built on pilings topped with bricks and non-porous white stone. We learned how to identify Gothic, Baroque, and Byzantine architectural components, and how Venice modified such styles to make them lighter; for example, buildings that look Gothic have no (heavy) flying buttresses. We learned that Venice has 6 districts, with many smaller neighborhoods built around local churches, where in front of each is ...
... Marco Polo and Casanova’s pads. The only problem with the trip was that they seem to be on a different time plan where a 40 min trip “plus or minus a few minutes for traffic” is allowed except that we all felt it only took about 20 min? Anyway, if you can, do it as a once in a lifetime chance (but still consider sharing!)
Amazingly, before we knew, we had been pounding the canals for over 7 hours and it was time to return on the 5 to the site for R & ...
... realised it was just taking us around the streets of Venice so we hopped off at San Marco and walked to the next boat area that took us to around to the islands- Murano. (The glass island) We were in a bit of a rush so did not research into this as much. The day was freezing- foggy, cold, icy cool air and we were all rugged up . I really felt the cold today and I guess because we were on the water it was even colder. Reflecting back ...
... our room before heading out for the day.
When you read and talk about different places you picture in your mind what it would look like. The picture we had in our minds of Venice is nothing like it is. Venice is an island and accessed by one main road and train track in and out, essentially surrounded by water. Not what we were expecting. There were several things we wanted to see in this city but we also knew that we had all day to take it all ...
... famous Lavena cafe in the piazza, where they remove at least one limb or take your first born child in return for a small warm beer or an even smaller cold coffee. No idea what the hell he was doing or where he was going. The second update features a return to the bum issue. This particular bum can sit wherever and whenever it wants. At this time it's abundant cheeks are parked in front of the church of San Giorgio Maggiore, and Paul Blart has not said one ...
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