Dimora Dei Fiori
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... continuously for 400 years! Our walking tour took us through many back streets, some exceedingly narrow. Here we saw the true Venice. The canals are used for all business, trade, transport etc. It's a very busy place. After our tour we had a gelato, did some shopping then met Garry at 12.30 for our Gondola ride. This ride was a bit touristy, the canals being a bit stinky at times. One of our Gondoliers was playing the accordion while ours was singing along. We had ...
... gardens in Venice. It was nice to sit
and enjoy the peace and quiet.
After lunch, we walked backed towards the bridge to the Accademia which houses the largest
collection of Venetian art in existence spanning five centuries. The Gallerie dell’ Accademia, is housed in three former religious buildings. The basis of the collection was the Accademia di Belle Arti, founded in 1750 by the painter Giovanni Battista Piazzetta. In ...
... I spent most of it
looking up into the mountains where we will be spending the next 2 weeks. I had
an Italian businessman next to me for the first part of the trip then a girl
who looked about Laura’s age got on just short of Venice. She was reading an
American newspaper. I spoke to her briefly when I was checking that I was getting
off at the correct stop. So it was funny the next day when I finished the long
distance event to find ...
... Lucerne took us to another station 30 mins away where we caught the train to Milan. The trip to Milan was about 3 hours but through some of the prettiest countryside to date. We then got off the train and had to dash (if I am ever capable of dashing) as the train to Venice was about to leave from the next platform. Luckily the trains nose into a barrier being the end of the platform and you can walk across the front to the adjoining platform, no steps. I think they were also holding ...
... Egypt and even more of Italy (particularly Rome - which is somewhere that I've wanted to go for a very long time).
From there we had a lazy walk through Venice towards Canal de la Fondamenta Nuove - which marks the edge of Venice. Across the canal you can see the cemetry - which looked like a really pretty resting place from a distance - although obviously we didn't go across. On the walk towards Fondamenta Nuove we saw more examples of how when people open ...