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Walking back towards the wooden bridge we found the Ca’ Rezzonico which is a richly
furnished Baroque palace and is one of most splendid in Venice. It is also one of the few palaces in the city, which opens its doors to the public. Since 1934, it has housed the museum of 18th century Venice, its rooms furnished with frescoes, paintings and period pieces taken from other local palaces and museums. ...
... When the platform was finally announced 15 minutes before we were due to
leave the crowds all swarmed to the train…I was surprised by a ‘helpful Italian
lad who offered to lift my bag on to the train…as I followed him up the steps I
realised that he would be after a tip and I had no coins…he wasn’t impressed
when I said no cash…so I offered him a muesli bar tip instead J
The train ride to Venice was ...
... dress in red and white with the little hats! We followed the road straight ending up walking down the very expensive shopping street with stores like Prada, Channel, LV and Gucci. The window displays are amazing, most of them featuring the latest shoes! After browsing we ended up in San Marco Square. Considering all the churches we have seen on this trip, I have to say this is the one I really wanted to see. The reason for that is its story. Basically in 828 AD two venetian ...
... the "cheapest" I found near San Marco for 2.50 €. We bought one the first night as it was late at night and the supermarkets are closed. We found out later that the mineral water cost 0.30 € in the supermarket and they actually sell them for 10 times the price. Unbelievable. We also had the lime soda which I like a lot for 4 € in the restaurant that cost 0.70 € in the supermarket. Prices for wine and beer are no doubt, overpriced at the restaurants ...
... we are on the loose again. One of Sues suitcases sits on the top of the red bus and we make stately progress to the massive queue for the people mover and back to Piazale Roma. The Alilaluga water bus is crowded and not pleasant but we get off at Rialto and back to Residenza Goldoni to drop off our bags. There is a blazing row is progress with some other guests which has to be resolved as we wait in airconditioned comfort. Then we find we can have our rooms ...