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Much refreshed from our early night, we headed out after breakfast to find the Rialto Bridge, before the crowds began to take over! It is much easier to find our way around in Venice, the streets are straight and don't change name half way along! We wanted to be back at our hotel by 11 o'clock so we could check out and store our bags until we were ready to head to the cruise ship. ( we were able to check in at ship from 1pm onwards). We caught a different ...
Up this am around 8:30...no hurry. I have to check out by 11:00 but my train isn't until 12:45 because I can't arrive before 2:00. Said good-bye to Mari...promised a good review. It was a very nice stay, the most fun so far...I appreciated her taking the time to talk and spend part of the evening with me last night - above and beyond the call of duty. She would be welcome anytime in my home. Got to the station by 11:15, bought my regional ticket ...
... levels, the buildings were also sinking due to poor foundations.
We passed Accademia which is where all the local art is housed including Leonardo De Vinci’s Vitruvian man which is only on display two weeks of the year due to trying to preserve it. We walked across the Pont Accademia which is one of the main bridges crossing the Grand Canal (largest canal in Venice). We walked through to St Marks’s square and had quick look in the cathedral. St Mark tomb is inside ...
... was line work) and then a final suburban train across from Venice mainland to the island. Oh and note, there wasn't much difference between first class and second on the bus – just leather(ette) seats and we had to lift our own luggage into the luggage hold! Oh and we had to pay for tea and coffee on the train even though we were in first class!
The first sight of Venice we had after getting to the island was, San Simeone Piccolo Church and LOTS ...
... 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 ...