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Today is Easter Sunday. Fantastic. It should be relatively quiet around Venice, yes? Maybe in the morning. When I first started walking toward the train station it was nice. But got much busy in the afternoon. Made it to the train station, purchased my ticket for my journey to Vienna. I had bought my ticket for Vienna to Bucharest because the guy said he wasn't able to do that in Italy. I upgraded and paid for a full price ticket for a single sleeper car. Amazing. I then leave ...
... drive to Milan was reasonably quick. After navigating the chaotic streets of Milan, we found our apartment including a terrace garden. I can't believe how the Italian's park and drive. We went to dinner the first night with the Gavigallies (family friends of Jenny & Volker). It was a wonderful night and it was lovely to catch up with Sabrina and Mario again. The next day we got a train to the church where Leonardo Divinci painted the Last Supper. I have ...
... cultural relations between Orient and Occident. The sculptural ensemble serves as an instrument of light performance, adding a widely visible source of fascination to the rich cityscape of Venice. We proceeded up to the Bell Tower which was amazing. From here you can see Venice and her surrounding islands in their entirety, and Paul's like of always going to the highest point in any city made perfect sense. Time to leave Mum in this ...
... in her food. We wandered through the crazy winding streets of the canal for the water bus station to take us to the island of Murano! We were walking without direction and somehow managed to walk out straight onto the bus station. Massive fluke. But I would never admit that. We boarded the water bus and made the quick journey to Murano where we walked down the main street at a slow walk due to the fact we were both knackered. We stopped in and had a look at all the glass ...
We got a late start Monday morning and arrived at the Basilica at 9:40, five minutes before opening. The line already snaked for 100 meters! As you may recall from a previous post, the Basilica was originally the private chapel of the Doge, the elected leader of the Venetian empire. It was built in the 11th century and has a distinctly Eastern style architecture. It's decorated with treasures from Venice's many conquests, including its sacking of Constantinople during one of the ...