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... spite of a gray and light rain day, the views from the Tower were spectacular. A visit to the Doge’s Palace and while we planned to tour St. Mark’s Basilica we discovered an unimaginably long queue. Thus, the Tyler’s chose to do some gift shopping and the Seals’ chose to visit the Accademia, a gallery featuring paintings of the Venetian Renaissance. Unfortunately, the gallery closed early on Monday so the Seals’ decided to have ...
... did as by the time we had finished it was crowd central. Yes, I would have photo bombed heaps of shots (see comments on previous blog). Anyway the palace was quite interesting (we did the audio tour) and I have enclosed some shots so that you can see some of the fancy work in the courtyard and going into the palace up the Gold Staircase. The Palazzo Ducale, or Doge’s Palace, was the seat of the government of Venice for centuries. As well as ...
... Not long after setting sail, our cabin started to vibrate. Music was thumping out and from wherever or whomever the music was originating, had the base turned up to 11!
We deduced that as there are only cabins above, it must have been coming from the Princess Theatre as this was immediately below us. I am sure no fellow passengers where THAT inconsiderate!!
‘Thump, thump, thump’
‘Hang on a minute’, I thought. That ...
... all my life. I will let the photographs do the talking , partly because I do not have the time and basically Venice is really a lot of walking soaking up the city. Sorry do not have time to properly label photographs.
... point and therefore an excuse to overprice meals, accommodation and souvenirs. So just as a quick tip to somewhat disturb the magical fašade of this destination, plan to eat somewhere off the beaten track or canal (ha ha) instead of the glass front of upmarket cafes on the main tourist strip and also book your stay on the mainland and catch the ferry for a small fee rather than suffering a stroke at the minimum accommodation costs. ...