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... got married 3 days before and the place where he had his reception and the hotel they stayed at. Also lots of other ancient buildings and churches including the basilica of St Marks in St Marks square which was built back in the 11th century! to finish off the night we had a drink and listened to some live music at a cafe in the square before water taxi rides back to the hotel and off to bed after a long day of ...
... thanks, Gaynor), so spotted most of the things he included in his spiel.
We went to the Correa Museum and then headed to the cathedral. Wow, that is something! I am in admiration of the marble patterns in the floor as much as the mosaics on the walls and ceilings.Had a quick look through the Doge's Palace and walking over The Bridge of Sighs was memorable.
We went over to Murano but had left it a bit late for any glass blowing ...
... the moment we stepped off, we were surrounded by the beauty that is Venice. Narrow streets, clean and busy canals bustling with cargo boats and gondolas. We headed for the centre of Venice, St Marks square. The square is spectacular itself, luckily for us it got even better. St Marks Basilica, the Doges Palace and St Marks Campanile as well as the bridge of sighs were all ...
... Only day, so back into it tomorrow. It's going to be a bit of a shock to the system, given it's forecast for a high of 9 degrees - not what we've got used to (although only 13 here in Venice today). So goodbye to Murano, off in the water taxi and back to the airport. Venice is NOT CHEAP. Not at all, the transportation costs are something else. Basically it's cost us the best part of $NZ200 for a trip into Murano for not much more than one ...
... the stones to create terracing. They grow the vines lower so that the grapes are protected from the sun by large leaves. They are not neatly tied in rows like in Australia, but left to clamber about haphazardly. In Ston, we explored the little village of souvenirs and ancient history, very pretty. The. We were off to a family farmhouse where the husband (together with a very talented, funny pony with a perchance for white bread), showed us how the olives (including stones), ...