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- Shuttle bus service
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We have a hotel court yard breakfast at 10am. we are enjoying what we would at home, cereal, yoghurt and fresh fruit including NZ kiwi fruit. The day is again fine and warm. The forecast for the time we are here is for 26/27 though later today we saw a public thermometer showing 31. We decided to look around by water bus and particularly given that we had limited knowledge of where the water buses go, we bought a 2 day pass for 30 euro each. The frequency is ...
... stunning bright colours. We bought a few bits and pieces and got some take home bits that were strong enough to travel. There were so many things we'd love to have bought but knew they'd be broken by the time we arrived home so had to stop ourselves from looking too hard at them!
We finished exploring Murano and headed back to the main island where we'd planned to visit the Doges Palace where Casanova had once been locked up only to find we'd missed ...
... the water traffic. What a lovely way to close up our visit to Venice.
Once we got our bags we caught the Alilaguna waterbus to the airport where we had dinner and caught our plane to Frankfurt where we would spend the night. Our trip comes to a end except for a few miscellaneous reflections on Venice as we head home:
- Marge and I were both surprised by the traffic on the canals. It was really quite amazing for us to see all the movements of boats. ...
... the blown glass, made into all sorts of gifts from jewellery, to kitchenware, clocks, to pretend lollies. The other is the incredible Venetian Masks. These are a sight to behold! There are many small (and large) shops selling these incredible, hand made masks, in all colours, shapes and forms. The real ones are so beautifully crafted and go for quite a price. However, you can find some cheaper shops where locals design and make the masks out of cheaper materials but they are still ...
... pigeons are a problem and I did witness a couple sitting at a restaurant when pigeons landed on their table and started eating their food. There was a lot of squealing which caught my attention and made me laugh!! There were heaps of walking tours going on around the piazza but most included the history of the church. We are so over churches and really didn't want to go inside so took advantage of having our ipad and researched the building history which ...