Guest House Piccolo Vecellio
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... very still for fear of going overboard! Our tour of the Murano glass factory was a disappointment- the display of glass blowing was OK, but in the showroom the staff followed us all around likes talkers. We couldn't get out of there quick enough! From here we went to Burrano, another of the 118 Venetian Islands to have a late lunch and do some shopping- it's a lace making place as well as glass making. One of the islands is called San Clemente. It once had a convent ...
... headed off to San Marco Square to purchase our ferry tickets to the airport. Sounds cool to catch a boat to the airport. Not sure I'm going to enjoy the 10 min walk at the other end however. Anyway that's tomorrows problem.
We then did circles through the back streets trying to find somewhere for a coffee. After coffee, parted company and I went back to San Marco.The tide must have been in as about half the square was flooded. I had thongs on so went for ...
... to the Grand Canal and walked a very short distance to our hotel.
Right after checking in, I went to get my nails done and in the salon was such a cute Cavalier who belonged to one of the ladies. She was adorable and had such a sweet face. In the meantime, Marc went to go find a barber to make an appointment to get his hair cut and found one not too far away.
At dinner time, we found a restaurant overlooking one of ...
... that is bridge is assembled. We were told that everyone was going to be out on the water at that there would be an incredible fireworks display at 11:30.
We went on the morning tour to Piazza San Marco - St. Peter's Square. The buildings were very white and very pretty. The church was beautiful. Everything was covered in gold. We were anxious to shop though so as soon as the tour was over we took off to shop and hoped to find somewhere quick to eat. We found some ...
... later -a gondola ride with Diago (who first introduced himself as James Bond!) from behind St. Marco Square out to the Grand Canal and by the Rialto Bridge -gelato treats -a look around Basillica St. Marco....the golden domes and arches, the beautiful mosaic floors, the marble pillars, the carvings and art -where in a Canada would we find a 1000 year old structure? -the famous Bridge of Sighs -the ...