Istituto San Giuseppe
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... easy to use. We purchase our biglietti from the ticket booth (7,00pp for a single (one-hour) trip), locate the No 2 "bus stop", remember to validate our tickets in the little machines outside and then surge forward with everyone else when the boat arrives. Although busy, we find a space where we can experience our first water trip quite comfortably, and I immediately claim the vaporetto as my favourite ever mode of transport. ...
... A stroll down the Strada Nova, a major shopping artery, led us through the crowds, up and over canals, and past the full array of tourist shops. Steph's yearning for tiramisu (?) was satisfied and I swanned off for a set menu dish in Giorgio's.
Observations so far:tourists aplenty, lots of Italians, some French, English and Americans, and the odd horde of organised Indians, Japanese and Chinese,stalls are manned by Asian ...
... and much older artworks we had enjoyed in the other museums to this point.
Today was sadly our last day in Venice. The city is almost surreal and we have really grown to appreciate the lack of cars and bicycles and everyone walking everywhere. Sure, there are water taxis, but the walks a so nice, and we only took a water taxi to the train station. It wouldn't have been more than a 25 minute walk, but lugging two ...
... was dining al fresco in the
courtyard garden behind. We ate brilliant pizzas and a brief shower
did not spoil the meal. The waiter appeared immediately and a canvas
roof was swiftly winched across the courtyard. The shower passed
before our stroll back to the bus stop.
Our visit to Venice
will be long remembered. After years of anticipation, it did not
... cost €178. I tried to explain that we don’t live in a €178 euro tablecloth house. As Roisin also pointed out, out table didn’t even cost €178!!
The skyline of Burano is dominated by the campanile of San Martino, an 18th century bell tower in the town square. It is not as straight as it ought to be although I’m sure the architect would say that he intended it to be that way!! You thought they would have learned from ...