Alla Corte Rossa
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... stop. As we came around the corner, and the square and St Mark’s was in full glory in front of us, it was simply breath-taking. And of course, the number of tourists quadruple to the power of five hundred at that point! Despite that everyone was in a great mood, enjoying the moment and taking pictures of St Mark's, some even posing with the pigeons. No sign of pick-pockets.
We carried on a bit further and decided it ...
... was due to the river and the sea retreating and drying out the
town and port was moved so history states that there has been four actual
Ephesus centres. Leaving here we were heading for the hills where the
resemblance of the earthquakes over time have buried many historical sites but
before we got there we stopped off at a local family pottery business where we
were shown the process which includes hand painting of the one off pieces. The
clay used is from the ...
... watching the world go by, then on to San Giorgio Maggiore before heading home. We saw a newly married couple in a gondola at Salute, and Dad told the bride it was good luck to kiss her - so she obliged - and Dad didn't pass up on the opportunity either :) Missed the photo opportunity but gave him a good ribbing for it :)
Up not overly early today. Had a leisurely breakfast in our room and just as we finished came a knock on the door and they gave us 4 croissants. Awww how nice seeing breakfast wasn't included.
Decided to visit St Marks Square first before it got totally jammed with day trippers seeing it was already 10am. It was busy but definitely not as busy as I was expecting. Didn't take us too long to get into anything we visited today. Molto Bene.
... It was a dark, cloudy day and therefore not much light in the church. The mosaics were a little hard to see. Our pictures, however, let in a lot of natural light on that setting and you can see the true beauty of the artwork. We moved from mosaic to mosaic and I read aloud from the book I had with me. It took us on a brief tour with an explanation of the most prominent mosaics. It helped us understand even more of what we were seeing than we would ...