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... Several people were waiting and from this point we could tell there were multiple factories on the island and most of them seem to have the same deal worked out with different hotels. Lots of people had chosen to do what we had done. Some of them had at least made purchases at the gift shop. We were all headed back to San Marco.
This was a different route than we had been on since we were leaving Murano. At the second stop things got very crowded. I mean very ...
Back to the story of Venice and our sloping hotel room. It is a very beautiful hotel, we are on level six, but there are only three levels in this hotel. Some how Villa Igea is a separate building to levels 1, 2 and 3 . That building, the sister building is on the water front and is where we have breakfast and is called Hotel Savoia Jolanda. Not sure why but it works.
For me, bit of a late afternoon blogging time and giggle at the sloping ...
... place ever in Venice was certainly worth it. I took more pictures of the gelato, cannolis, pizza, and wine than of anything else in Venice. Pictures of Jason and me with nude statues were a close second. We are so immature.
We decided to head back to the ship and travel like the locals. We went off route with city boats, buses, a people mover, and then scaled a wired fence to save another half mile walk ...
... from the northwest on Canale di Cannaregio. This large canal leads us past the Jewish Ghetto on our left and then into the Canale Grande, the "Main Street" of Venice. We turn to the left toward the celebrated Rialto Bridge and then back to our starting point near Piazza San Marco. Along the way we pass palazzo after palazzo, many of them empty remnants of their former glory, but many also restored as museums representing a variety ...
... jail to house the convicted. All aspects of law were housed in this one building. The architecture and art work is truly incredible. There were rooms that are at least 75 yards long by 35 yards wide to 10 yards high with gilded woodwork and frescos painted on the ceilings. Words cannot describe how ornate and elaborate the rooms were. Unfortunately, we were not ...