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It was pouring down rain today - so despite our unusual early rising we didn't end up heading out into Venice to walk around until after noon. It was pouring- we had an umbrella but by the first basilica, that we hopped into, my feet were drenched and frozen- not so fun. We decided to purchase a basilica pass- if we could get to 4 churches it would pay for itself.
I learned A LOT by asking questions of the volunteer docents at the ...
... of St. Mark's Bell Tower. During one song, a couple got up and danced the Peabody in the Square - a lovely dance my parents used to do which I haven't seen anyone do in years and years. The cafes right in the square have a cover charge for the privilege of sitting in the square and listening to the music - 6 euros each, so with that, the cappuccinos and the pastries it was an expensive hour (70 euros total, almost 100 US dollars) but it ...
Our last full day in Venice. Terry went off exploring and I went for a look in the shops. Met back at the hotel a few hours later and went off exploring together. Headed out of the tourist area and into,the back streets of Venice. It so beautiful and peaceful. Found some of the most interesting and amazing little streets and buildings. Found ...
... or so the sign said) and spent an hour lost in old books, art prints, and postcards. It was amazing! The store often floods, so the books are piled high in boats, gondolas, and bathtubs. Even the kids found some books to bring home.
We took a gondola ride and Abby finally got the Venetian mask she has been wanting since we were in Rome! It was a great day!
... I suspend blogging about specific locations and give an outline of what we have been doing since leaving Venice.
Venice became our gateway to Slovenia. Ten metres on one side of the border the driving culture was almost anarchistic. Ten metres on the other side of the border the driving culture was courteous within what is reasonable and everybody was very conscious of the road rules and speed limits. Ten metres on one side of the border there weren't any ...