Rezidenza Ai Giardini
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... the bridges being connections to different islands and showing us the old wells that the public used when it was first built.
Got to St Marks Square and she took us into St Marks Basilica. A beautiful cathedral but teaming with people so it was hard to see the mosaics on the floor. The whole place made up of glass mosaics on the walls and marble mosaics on the floor. Very beautiful, but no photos, which of course the Americans were ignoring. Would have been ...
... putt Riley used 1.
We went out again for one last thing.
It was a gondola ride.
It was so fun.
When I first hopped on I was a bit nervous but after awhile it was really fun.
Most of the time Riley got the king chair.
We went slowly through the little windy rivers.
Our gondola had red seats.
... eventually gave up on that since no one seemed to know what we were talking about and settled for some gellato and a ride on the water bus to the Rialto Bridge, another iconic Venice sight. There was plenty of shopping to be had, but my cold eventually caught up to me and we headed back to the hotel. In total we spent about 6 hours in the city. If we could do it over, we would have spent less time ...
... a shorter route (we studied the map) and organised tickets to a show about Venice. Discovered that they ran a 30 minute documentary about the history of Venice an hour prior to the show free of charge, added bonus. Had dinner at a nearby restaurant and then back to the theatre to be educated and entertained about this fabulous city.
A slightly nerve wracking walk home late at night going down some very narrow dark streets and we were finally home. A Great Day !
... ancient artefacts like sculptures and tapestries.
I noticed the horse statues on the balcony were from 1987, but found the original bronze pieces inside that dated back to 200 B.C. They were remarkable and were in such good condition for their age.
We walked the streets, eventually finding a restaurant called Karibu, with a very exuberant waiter called Richard. Joanna and I shared a lasagne, and the girls tried other various Italian favourites. At the end of ...