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... has changed. Even the same experiences are slightly askew the second time around. The memory of the place remains sacred, and new experiences are formed, separate but layered into the old memories. We have visited new places too. We went to Palermo in Sicily, Salerno and Pompeii, Florence and Pisa. They were all beautiful. The only town in Italy I haven't enjoyed was Napoli. Salerno is perhaps an hour train from Naples, but so much nicer. It is the perfect sized town, being ...
... of the lace makers. As with many things the products have become more marketable rather than showcasing the extreme talent that was once the case. And cost has a lot to do with that as it is a very time consuming task in the pure form.
Very touristy now but very cute.
Last stop, Murano, the island were all the glass blowers were exiled to many years ago. The Venetians are paranoid (even today) about not being able to stop a fire so are very safety ...
Some rowdy revellers in motor boats with stereos pumping interrupted our sleep last night, but the local policeman in his own powerboat turned up to sort them out. Whether it was that or the amount of walking we did on the previous day is unknown, but we slept in quite a bit later than usual.
The water bus took us to the cruise terminal, where it was dwarfed between 2 massive cruise ships. We had decided to splurge on the ‘Yacht Club’, MSC’s own version ...
... square so we headed there. We did some window shopping and eventually found one of the restaurants that our apartment contact recommended as authentic Venetian food. We also found her favorite gelato shop nearby (called Alaska). We went from there back to the Rialto bridge and noticed some flooding from the canal into the walkways and into some buildings and restaurants. We walked back to San Marco to sit on the lion and got an unexpected ...
We set out with some trepidation today as we had a big trip from Cortona to Florence that involved the Italian rail network. We packed and were ready to go at about 8:45. I recovered our car from the car park outside the walls and drove into Cortona nd parked outside our building so we could easily load our bags. We managed that without incident and drove to Arezzo, stopping for fuel along the way. ...