Bel Sito E Berlino
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The morning began with a tour of the secret parts of the Doge's Palace in Venice. First we went down to the cells where the worst prisoners were kept at the bottom of the palace. These were just above the water line so they were cold and damp and were reserved for the worst prisoners. Then we worked our way to the top of the palace. Part way up was a room where prisoners could see visitors if their family had something important to tell them. This was one ...
... continuing around. Had dinner at a nice local spot along the main canal. Far away from the tourist areas though so it was affordable and authentic. Not much to do in Venice it seems other than eat and see things as its a smaller place. It's cool not having to deal with any cars ...
... tourism cities in the world, and it showed today, as the city was packed. The highlight of our day in Venice was probably the Gondola ride. These do not come cheap at 80 Euro per ride, but it was well worth it. The views were spectacular, especially from the Grand Canal. After the Gondola ride, we went up on top of the Per Rialto, the most famous bridge in Venice. This offered a spectacular view of the Grand Canal, especially at dusk. Finally, ...
... in a to go cup, about 8 ounces or so. Brittany's, well that's where our funny day begins, hers was in a two ounce shot glass with Chantilly on top. I shared mine with her after we got six steps outside the door and hers was gone already. We found a place a few blocks down that was serving hot croissants and split one for a breakfast on the go. We didn't realize it had orange jelly until the second bite, but still was pretty tasty. We didn't have a plan so getting lost was as ...
... time we went straight in, when the normal queue was around the corner and further. We decided to first go upstairs and pay the €5 to see the museum. The original horses are displayed here (simply stunning considering they were made in about the 2nd century), a number of the mosaics that had been removed to be repaired and then decided to keep them in the museum, amazingly intricate tapestries and much more - far more than we had anticipated. It also enabled us to ...