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... very narrow canals, under some very low bridges and the gondolier showed us how they have to tilt the boat right over to get under the bridges at high tide. I noticed that the tall bit at the front and back of the gondolas is shorter than I remember them and I guess it's due to global warming and rising sea levels.
In the morning before breakfast Ruby and I began work on a song. It will probably grow but I will cut and paste it into ...
... of Venice, although today it is the least developed island. With little to see except the oldest church in Venice with its impressive mosaics, this was certainly the most tranquil of the islands we visited.
This brings us to our last day. When we woke this morning the rain seemed to have set in so we took our time getting ready. Today we jumped on the vapretto and took another wander around the Rialto markets, and ...
... canals, oh how I love Venice!
The following day I was delighted to hear that the Vaporetto were operating again. Eager to make the most of my time in Venice I purchased a 36 hour Vaporetto Pass (great value at 25 euros) and headed straight over to the island of Murano. Famous for its glass it is also a lovely place in which to just stroll and to break away from the busy mainland. I just loved meandering in and out of divine little shops, over bridges and along ...
... turn down the wrong one and you'll reach a dead end! I don't think its possible to map it all out perfectly - it's just too crazy. That's part of the fun though! We of course went to St. Mark's Square and saw the Basilica, but ended up not going in. I realize now why the line moves so quickly - half the people end up having to go aside to check small backpacks. Yes, there are signs that luggage & ...
... a whisper as he didn't want his co-workers to hear.
Food wise - John and Dale's dish was the best - fried mixed seafood platter. They especially liked the fried minnows. I'm not that big of a seafood lover so I skipped sampling it.
I was really tired after dinner so Andy and I headed back to the hotel while John and Dale went to explore more of Venice.
Tomorrow we are going to the Academia Museum and maybe one of the nearby islands - Murano or Burano.