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... miracle that we didn't blow the budget for the rest of the trip, and I think the only reason we didn't is because not many places took card and the cash point was out of money. We managed to scrape together enough money to buy some beautiful souvenirs and a couple of presents for people back home before we forced ourselves to head back to the bus stop. The next island we went to was Burano, famous for it's lace and coloured houses, similarly to Murano every ...
... smaller than off the regular menu. We went with the fettuccine mussels, the scallopine pork with fried potatoes and the salad. The deal was perfect for sharing between two, yet many around us ordered one for each person seated at their table. The food was quality and tasty and we both left feeling totally satisfied.
We only had a couple of hours left until it was time to board our train heading south and we still had to head back to our room to pick up our ...
Today we took a high speed train from Rome to Venice. The countryside was so beautiful I felt like I was in a picture. I kept telling mom the train could just drop me off anywhere out there. The train was very nice, clean, brand new, and easier then we expected. The best part is they are on time! We pulled out of the station exactly at 9:25 am when we were supposed to. I am a little disappointed about Venice. True, it is ...
... to the airport.
Got a few last pics of Venice before leaving the island.
Venice's Marco Polo airport is small. We arrived at the airport at 11am, the flight leaves for Dusseldorf at 2:25. The security line is very long but we can't go thru yet as we need to check in first, but it's too early for that.
The security line was minimal once ...
... of unpleasantly pushy salespeople accompanying glass blowing demonstrations, the first place I wandered into had a door open straight to their workshop, and I could just stand and watch with no sales pitch as the artisans worked on their products for the day. They weren't blowing glass (actually I didn't manage to find a place with people doing this), but were creating those quite large beautiful curved sculptures (reminiscent of koru). They made it look easy, but I don't ...