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... for its lace, as it was being sold in nearly every shop that we walked past. Whilst many of the glass products of Murano have moved with the times the lace products have not been so progressive and, no disrespect intended for the older population, but we think that they really need to come up with a new business model if they want to stay relevant. Lace iPhone covers perhaps? Or headphone covers?? Something, anything other than doilies.
... able to see where I am going, so I did not go all the way in.
We stayed at the beach from 11 till 3:30 before walking back. On the way we got gelato and cooled off in the sun.
We missed our boat bus and had to wait for another which in turn made us miss the early shuttle that we wanted. We booked to go back at 7:30, but were hoping to get back early to enjoy the pool in the sun. We ended up catching the ...
... then taken to a little Glass blowing demonstration, which to my delight was another lovely man explaining the finer details of how they create the amazing pieces. Italy you were so not letting me down hehehehe Onto the canal again for the highlight of the visit a ride in the Gondola!! I was super nervous getting into the boat, I was in the first group so lined up to get in, three people before me had got in and I was up next, so I held the ...
... to Venice. We got a couple croissants and lattes for breakfast in the morning. Then we did a lot more shopping. The shopping mostly consisted of looking at purses and different types of jewelry made of Murano glass. Murano glass is made on an island off of Venice and is the best glass there. We got some pizza for lunch and continued shopping and walking. That night we got some dinner. Afterwards, we decided to go back to the hotel and have some mimosas ...
... to once again figure out how to get to the hostel. It turned out we had to walk through the sketchiest tunnel ever which had tvs that weren't functioning but just had black fuzzy screens. The scariest screens ever. Also the street we came out to was really darkly lit and I seriously would not have been able to venture forward without my friends. We eventually got there and the hostel turned out to be pretty nice so it was all good haha.