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... on the gondolas. A little way into the canal we saw the couple we were waiting for at the beginning they were very disappointed that they missed the cruise. We came out the other side after going under many bridges and around many buildings most of which were flooded on the first floor. We found ourselves back on the main canal and sailing back to the docks. I got off the boat feeling very relaxed and dazed. But with no time to relax we went back to the square to pick up some ...
... the tricks of the trade. We arrived back to our hotel about midnight.
Juliėts Balcony The House was built in the 13th century, It belonged to the Cappello family for a long time.The identification of the Cappellos with the Capulets gave birth to the idea that there stood the House of Juliet, Shakespeare’s tragic heroine. In the courtyard there is the bronze statue of Juliet by ...
... picked up by boat was quite something. I really enjoyed cruising around taking it all in. The streets are like a labyrinth, weaving in and out, over bridges. But somehow you always manage to find your way. The food here is also very interesting and delicious. All sorts of pastries, sweets, nougat, paninis and of course gelati displayed in shop windows to tempt you.
So back to paying ...
... and turns look pretty much the same every direction, and it was so easy to get lost. Every head turn there a bridge, or another souvenir shop, or a shop with all kinds of pretty Venetian masks. every bridge looks pretty much the same but it all gives the surreal vibe. I just can't get enough of the bridges hahaha. We sat the gondola in the evening, with musicians singing in the background. It's so relaxing and calm to drift through the ...
We started the day by going to a lace place to learn how they make various items (such as table cloths) and see a few different pieces. This included ones that took 8 years to make! We then went to a glass blowing demonstration. He made a horse in about a minute! It was incredible. Then it was time for our gondola ride! :D I've wanted to ride in a gondola in Venice since I was a little kid. Never thought I ...