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We had a sleep in this morning as we did not go on the optional walking tour of Venice. Those that went saw some of the non tourist areas of this city, and were also informed by their guide that Venice welcomes over 29 million tourists a year. For a city then with a population of around 50,000, that is nearly 80,000 people coming into the city every day of the year. An amazing statistic. Mid morning saw the highlight of our visit to Venice - a gondola ride complete with our ...
... open so as we walked we could see (and hear) the people in their homes. Very similar to our fishing villages on the east coast these homes were painted in very bright colours. Vivana said that the story could be one of two theories. 1. The Fisherman are homesick when out at sea and like to see their houses from long distances or 2. (More likely!) The fisherman are drunk as they come home and their wives were tired of them going into the wrong ...
... covered everything that Marina said but via the waterways, we went into the sea that connects all the canals and then down a few, and the finally down the grand canal passing all the different ways that we had walked via the stradas(streets) and Calles(lane ways) even passing by he jewish section. All very interesting and showing us the beautiful city. After the tour we made our way to the pizza shop that was recommended to us, very very yummy, the base was ...
... in the many lace shops that dotted the main square of this Italian resort village area. The colorful architecture had a very whimsical character and the cookies (bussolas) were delicious! We then spent the rest of the day in St. Mark's Square strolling through the Museum Correr and trying to find a traghetto launch station. In Venice, gondola service is 80 to 100 euros for a half hour tour through the canals. It is only 2 euro for a crossing of the Grand ...
Went for a run around the middle of nowhere this morning before getting ourselves packed and onto the 9.30am bus to town. We left our suitcases at the luggage deposit at the train station and had a quick last look around town. Out train to Venice left at 12.15pm so we not really have long. The train trip was only two hours long and the first part of it was in long long continuous tunnels much to our disappointment. Went through a lot of corn growing in ...