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We left Venice last Saturday afternoon on the MSC Lirica. It is a very European ship and a bit of a challenge to find the English speaking passengers. There are also an amazing lot of children, teenagers and young adults on board. We bought it on a special Travel Expo deal of an upgrade from an inside cabin to an ocean view. We were very disappointed to find that our ocean view was totally blocked by a lifeboat. ...
... of the island.
Our train was leaving at 6:30 so we were walking over to the station by 5:15 or so with hopes of grabbing a quick dinner before we left. We had had such a wonderful lunch - knowing we would be eating at the train station for dinner. But the food stops at the station were closed! I had to go searching for food nearby and wanted to avoid McDonald's. I found a Snack Bar - this is very common in Italy - and there they are called Snack ...
... gee, Italy's economy is doing it tough at the moment and it has been five years! We didn't begrudge the €120 for forty five minutes cruising the canals of Venice. Our gondolier gave us a history lesson as we past each significant building. Marco Polo was born in Venice and I know the exact house, it's still there. Casanova lived for eight years in Venice. The building bears his initials.
This is morning we attended Eucharist at St. George's. It is ...
... and glass blowing demonstrations. Beautiful glass works. There was a full sized floor lamp all made out of glass, for only 13,000 Euros (about $20,000 Cdn). Too bad that it was wired for 220 volts. So we’re back at the hotel this evening, our last night in Europe.
We fly home tomorrow, after having a wonderful holiday. Thank you for your comments on the blog. I have posted a few pictures of the almost 2000 that I took. You can see them all when we get home. ...
... We did some more walking and came across the famous “Murano Glassmaker” factory. Yes, Murano is one of the islands off the island of Venice and it has more than one glassmaker – ie. Not just the Murano Glassmaker.
We saw a demonstration of glass-blowing (free) and the master made a lovely decanter in about 10 mins and a horse in about five.
Lots more shops (some selling China-made products – other proudly displaying a ...