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Ahhh, Venice. Nothing is quite like it anywhere in the world. The beauty of the canals, the gondolas (including the singing gondoliers), beautiful buildings, villas and bridges, outdoor cafes and restaurants everywhere... It is enough just to sit on the sidewalk letting the sites wash over you. Our apartment in Venice was right next to a busy little canal, so we sat at the window each day watching the many gondolas heading past. And given how many of them passed, at ...
... we were Venice’d out and retired hurt to the campsite bar where Germany v Portugal was playing so I caught up with the blogging, needless to say.
As already stated, the pictures sort of do it justice, a strange and expensive city with a massive history and a mayor who has just been forced to resign over corruption involving contracts for the flood protection ...
... on the banks, another factor making it expensive to live in Venice. If you look at the bottom of the homes, usually near the front door, you will see these pumps which are very much in action when the floods happen. Firstly, we walked along the canal and into the Jewish ghetto. In the old part you see a beautiful synagogue. In the new part the synagogues are hidden within the walls of the homes as this was during the period of Jewish segregation in Italy. Despite being segregated ...
... it just never stops.
After a short walk from St Mark's Square, we actually did get lost. And it was a sign of things to come for us in Venice. We happened to be nowhere. We didn't stumble upon anything, other than people's houses. Even turn we made lead to a canal with no bridge to cross. Disaster, but we laughed it off, still refusing to use the map. Then we ended up in the same place again. No matter where you go in Venice, or where you think you are going, you seem to ...
... tower of Burano Famous for lace and looks like unique dresses... Not allowed to look as we had a lunch reservation What an amazing restaurant like a bit of a rabbit warren. But the food all seafood - not from the polluted lagoon well hope not !! Wine and more wine and more food most divinely delicious seafood lasagna then scrumptious crisp sticky almond brittle. More wine I had a scratchy throat and doesn't alcohol kill bugs? But Adriennne whisked me away ...