Ca' San Polo
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... Piazza San Marco and the Rialto bridge and then, if we were up for it, head to Murano but the kids really wanted to go to Murano so we hopped a boat to Murano. It was a nice 30 minute or so boat ride that slowly but consistently filled with tourists. It went from completely packed to 2 people when we arrived at Murano.
Murano was fun and a neat place. It's obviously geared toward tourism and toward pushing the glass making that it's ...
... this big. The Turkish warehouse (stunning architecture) on it is now converted to a museum. Saw a beautiful Baroque church that the facade is decorated in beautiful frescos. The only pitty was it had been destroyed a bit in WWII from bombing.
... bus and a 24 hour vaporetti ticket. But didn't seem to be the easiest thing to achieve. And at EUR26 per person was rather ridiculously expensive. The bus took just 20 minutes and we were driving across the bridge to the islands. Right next to the bus station was the vaporetti stop. And within 5 minutes it was pulling away. It was rather dark, so we couldn't see out too much. None of the buildings were particularly lit up. We stayed on the boat for 4 stops and got off at ...
... lots of photos. It was pretty cool.
Venezia is a hauntingly beautiful city which dates back to the 5th and 6th centuries when barbarians forced the Veneto's people to seek refuge on the lagoon's Islands. Over successive centuries the Venetian Republic grew into a great merchant power, dominating half the Mediterranean, the Adriatic and the trade routes to the Levant - it was from Venice that Marco Polo set for China in 1271. Decline began in the 16th century and in ...
... Judy and Richard were in a room with an original marble bathroom. It was gorgeous. Beds were massive, even bigger than King size.
We did a walk from the Hotel to St Mark's Square (about an hour) through all the little back alleys. It was funny not having cars trying to run you over. Lots of beautiful Murano Glass and Leather ...