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... friends from SF. The boys' soccer teammates were coming- their parents are from Italy, have a house on the area and were visiting, and agreed to meet us for the day? We were so excited! The called when they arrived and he says "ok we just parked in the main lot, see it on the map? Then there is a bridge and a canal and we are right there!" Uh ok, a bridge, a canal... Right, helpful! But no worries, he seemed to know exactly where we were coming from, and there they were! I could ...
... and Burano. These were both very cool.
Murano is known for amazing glass blowing done on the island. We got a quick tour of the facility and one of the men created a glass horse in about two minutes time. The showroom had some amazing stuff in it. We were not allowed to take photos inside the showroom, but some of the things in there were absolutely incredible. It is amazing to think that someone has the ability ...
... We ran to our room and quickly packed for our day before heading to the lobby to take the taxi. A German family was also waiting for the taxi. Before long we were on the water heading to Murano!
The taxi took us to the front doors of one of the Murano glass factories; BF Signoretti. We walked in and watched one of the "Glass Masters" create a bowl, a horse figure, and a vase. It was amazing to watch him work. The tools and techniques he used ...
... yourself!! They ARE beautiful! Bright blues and greens, and pinks and yellows, here an orange, there a purple! - throw in the obligatory washing on the line and its just fabulous. They are like Christchurch's New Regent Street but in psychedelic mode!
Again we wander and it's amazing how the time flies, suddenly it's 2.30 and time for some lunch. A pizza to share and a glass of the local aperitif called Aperol Spritzer. It's served with loads of ice and ...
... craggy, pine covered Dolomite Mountains of Italy towered above us. We drove through tunnels that sliced right through the mountains, each one a little longer than the other and incredibly, poorly lit but it didn’t stop the Italians driving like maniacs and just when we thought we’d seen every kind of potential suicide we passed a middle aged woman on a bicycle peddling to her heart’s content alongside juggernauts, coaches and the nutters. We ...