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... Me, Jordan and Zara led mum and dad through old town and we got lost it was so much fun.
Then after we found our way out we walked to buy something to bring back home to Australia.
We went to the main square to have lunch.
Then we caught a taxi boat back to the buses.
Venice has been my favorite place so far.
I LOVED it.
... House of the Virgin Mary which we thoroughly enjoyed and found to be very special place. After a little time here we were taken to the ancient city of
Ephesus. It is an amazing place, with amazing history. Our guide was very informative and interesting to listen to. We even re-enacted Anthony and Cleopatra walking down the main boulevard. We tried to explore Kusadasi after our tour but found the shop owners ...
Busy, and sociable, day today. Another girl from the hostel was going to visit the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello today and invited me along so that was today really.
Caught a midday vaporetto (boat public transport) to Murano, home of venetian glass blowing and endless shops selling glass jewelry. Vaporetto took twenty or so minutes to get there, got some nice views of Venice and surrounding going along the canal. I thought it ...
... but the line was incredibly long and it was very hot outside. For dinner i went to this small itialian pizza place for delicious pizza. I had a much needed beer and now I am hanging out in my hostel listening to the live music going on in the building across from mine. My room has 6 beds in it, but I only have one roommate, which is nice for a change! Tomorrow I am off to Porto Venere, which is right on the coast. My train leaves early tomorrow so I am off to bed! Good ...
... are staying on foot or by vaporetto.
After a snack we took a tour of the ghetto which was fascinating. It has 5 synagogues of which we saw 3 each with different features. The first 2 were Ashkenazy, one for German & the other for French Jews & the third was for Greek & Turkish Sephardic Jews & all were on the top storeys of buildings. Apparently the Jews were not allowed to own any property, were confined to certain businesses & were locked ...