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... but the area is saturated with hawkers. They line up either side of the street selling fake Gucci, Prada and Chanel bags right outside the genuine stores. The funniest thing is watching them scoop their **** up and run when the Carabinieri come up the street. I can't believe people stop and actually buy the stuff and if anyone glances at the bags, they follow them up the street trying to make a deal.
The hawkers in San Marco Square are a plague. There ...
... into Basilica di San Marco. The original chapel was destroyed by fire in 932 and a new basilica was consecrated in its place in 1094. For the next 500 years it was a work in progress as successive doges added mosaics and embellishments looted from the East. The basilica's 99m freestanding campanile (bell tower) dates from the 10th century; although it suddenly collapsed on the 14 July 1902 and had to be rebuilt.
... speak with me and answer my questions as if they hadn't seen another human in several months. Each of them had created and prepared some of the items on display, and when I showed interest in one, their faces lit up, and they immediately began describing to me what was in it. The smaller man won out, as I ordered some of his tomatoes stuffed with a stuffing with mussels.
An old man wearing overalls and a large straw hat in a wine shop jumped ...
... and no problem. It is a fairly light bed anyway so any suggestions of overweight Aussie tourist made by family are extremely unfair. However, I will sleep on couch tonight.
We walk to Rialto Bridge for the markets. Josh wonders how anyone can look at stalls selling the same stuff all day and I agree but on family holidays, thats what we do. Bianca looks at every mask and keyring known to mankind even though she already has every mask and keyring known to mankind. ...
Today was to be our first full day in Venice!!! We were so excited.
We had a booking for St mark's basilica at 9.45am. To book cost $3,
however it is normally free to enter. They catch you by having to pay to
go up terraces or into the treasury. We went out for breakfast
at about 8.40. Wonder how it will be, we had thought. The packaged
croissants were surprisingly delicious, the jams so scrumptious, coffee
approved by Simon and fresh fruit to enjoy. We were ...