B&B Bloom Venice
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... our way to saint Mark's Square, over the Rialto Bridge to where the impressive buildings and vast open plaza stood. I had goosebumps, even Napoleon said it was the most beautiful place he had seen. The basilica an ornate example of baroque art, the doges palace an opulent companion. I enjoyed a ride on a gondola through the canals, a glass ...
Today we took a boat ride the lovely island of Murano, and as you know it is famous for Murano glass. It was a beautiful day, very warm with a nice cool breeze.
It’s a wonderfully charming island, with lovely architecture,glass shops and galleries and glass blowers.
We took a stroll down the main streets of ...
... we were walking throughout the day so it was essential to wander into a caffe and be noursihed and awakened with hot delicious food and drinks. As you can imagine we were walking around with our eyes zooming around at all angles. Beautiful old buildings filled the entire streets everywhere. We ended up walking to the Piazza dei San Marco. This was an amazing area that opened up to beautiful architectural buildings in a massive square and wonderful shops everywhere. We saw ...
... from a bakery and started eating that while continuing our walk
through Venice. There is a lot of squares and each one had an old well
and some of them you could still get water out of it. There was a lot of
small lanes and alleyways. During the second half of the day I got a
bit bored so Mum taught me to map read so I could lead the way. At the
end of the day we caught the ferry to the train station and then caught
the train back home to Padua.
... Sound of Music were filmed (will need to watch to see if I recognise them when I get home). Vienna was beautiful with much of its centre closed to cars so plenty of area to walk around and admire what you see. We did a walking tour with a local guide who showed us many of the main buildings. Everything is so old and they in general do not like any attempt for modern construction in their traditional city centre area. We braved the train on the way back as we ...