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Today was our day in Venice. We took a water bus to Mureno to watch a glass blowing demonstration, which was quite interesting. It is becoming a lost art with fewer young people learning the skill. After the glass blowing demonstration we went to St. Marco square, piazza, where we met our city tour guide for a tour of the Doss house. It was quite …
On Thursday while at the airport trying to figure out how to redeem my vaporetto pass, my museum pass and the Alilugana ticket, I had serious doubts about the wisdom of this purchase. Hating the Alilugana ride into Venice and the longish luggage dragging/carrying journey to our hotel room, I was even more positive that I'd once again screwed up. Thursday evening we walked to St Marks Square, and got there too late to redeem the museum ...
... a nice pier and only a handful of other people. Not quite the sandy beach, hot weather and clean water for swimming in that I was hoping for but it was lovely nonetheless.
Today we had a bit of a lie-in and headed back to Venice with an aim of sticking to the map and seeing all the tourist sites. We first paid a visit to the Jewish Ghetto, the first 'ghetto' to exist in Venice. There were five synagogues, countless restaurants and some of the ...
... paddled around the canals. What a different perspective this gave of the city, and it was so nice to be transported in something other than bus, train or shank's pony. Floating through the canals emphasised that marvel of how this city had been built and the uniqueness of what was once a superpower of a city. So after this, our time in Venice was free for us to use as we wished. So what did we do, I hear you ask. We had coffee, ate lunch, browsed a few shops ...
... Tomorrow we are off the island and catching a train to Florence for 3 days.
Oh – if you want to get any English books in Venice, there’s a second hand (and new – but I think most of the English books are second hand) book store near the Hotel Malibran (in Corte del Milion). I swapped one for one!
We are now sitting in our hotel in Florence. A very short train trip from Mestre, Venice – 2 hours. But a long walk ...