Foresteria Valdese Venezia
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... hanging all together for an hour or so we were pretty thirst coz it was soo hot so we decided to head for a walk and get a drink. We then decided to keep walking through Venice and looking through all the sites. We walked to the Rialto bridge and took some photos. By the time everyone was getting a bit hungry and we decided to go on the grand canal and have dinner. We got a table for all 10 of us and we like the waiter straight away coz he joked with ...
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First synagogue was built in 1528 - German synagogue built in baroque style. Quite beautiful but not used today. It's inside the Jewish museum which originally was an apartment block.
... this is the Lido that coined the phrase, "Lido Deck," on cruise ships, and the name for certain types of outdoor swimming pools).
My first impression: how strange it was to see cars again (even some large SUVs) and to walk along regular streets. I've been enjoying the pedestrian-only aspect of Venice more than I realized! I did see a lot of bicycles on Lido, however, and the vehicle traffic is very light really. At the vaporetto stop I turned right and ...
... Venice was... The coolest thing. I can't explain, mostly because I'm tired. In the evening we saw how glass is blown and then had a four course masquerade Italian dinner. I'm at the point in the trip where writing this thing is no longer fun :P so I'm thinking from now on its just going to be a quick update. I want to save something's and stories to tell you all when I get home :) . Goodnight canary clan! Off to Switzerland tomorrow! Love you ...
... had ruined things like wine and balsamic vinegar by commercializing them. But it was in good taste.
Soon, he was off, as were we, in search of other comforts. For him, it was a party being thrown at home. For us, it was A/C. And here we are, candle-and,-otherwise-lit, with heart shaped pieces of ice (another story for another day), not ever deterred in our commitment to grand pilgrimages abroad.