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... that 90% of the Venice population are tourists and wherever you go you can never get some peace and quiet! I have only had two meals here so far but I am already amazed with the food in Italy! Everyone has their own secret recipe, for example the lasagne (I have had a few) do not taste one bit the same! Even the gelati taste different, one shop to the next. I guess we have to keep trying them! ...
... of the colluding process. We were shown beautiful Venician glasses in 6 different coloures and decorated with layers of gold leaf. A set of 6 small tumbler glasses and decanter was offered for around 450 euro, or about $625. On display were elaborate chandeliers, jewelry, statues and ornaments. Stunning...with stunning prices.
... a room to relax in anymore, but was short-lived, as we soon started to hear approaching thunder and noticed some clouds rolling in! Just in time we started walking again to the Mc D's near to our accommodation, and just as we arrived the rain was starting to get heavy. We sheltered in the rather crowded Mc D's with some drinks for a while until the rain had calmed down a bit. We still had quite a bit of time to kill until we needed to be back at the station, so ...
Eating Gelato on this amazing bridge with wall to wall tourists taking photos and snogging, the bridge and the view was rather impressive.
(Some of the snogging tourists weren't bad either.)
A clutter of boats and people on the canal, very busy, very wide compared to the rest of venice, but not as wide as Brisbane River. Majestic buildings reaching down to the water, the rich and revered have dwellings along the Grand Canal. Side ...
... were really cool to watch manipulating the glass. There were three guys with specific tasks working together to produce these unique pieces of art. We wandered around the shops then enjoyed the boat ride home.
The next day we walked the city, first stopping for a tour of the clock tower in San Marco Square. The tower has one of the first digital clocks - although not quite what you would expect - as well as ...