Casa Pisani Canal
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... chime the hour and saw the digital clock change the hour and minutes. The hours are displayed in Roman Numerals and the minutes in regular numbers. As it was Sunday and St. Mark's Basilica is still used for services we could not see the inside but the beauty of the outside was fabulous.
A short walk away we visited the Murano glass shop in Venice where we saw a demonstration ...
... floods, up to almost knee deep. When we arrived at the square it was dry but had a few clouds in the sky. While we were waiting for the speedboat it started absolutely bucketing down. Thunder, lightening and plenty of rain. This showed quite clearly the difference in levels around the square and the dip before the step up to the undercover part, and how easily it could get flooded. I had dinner back at the hotel (Lasagne - tasty!!) and had a lovely long bath! ...
4-11-14 A day in Venice
After a great nights sleep in this great hotel I finally managed to drag myself out my room and down for breakfast. Unlike most hotels in this part of the world where you get cold meats and bread for breakfast here we had everything you could think of.
Food scoffed it was out to the street to catch a bus into the main town of Venice.
Once on the bus it was over that mighty long bridge which is shared by road and ...
... to help me out. They were so nice and helped me meet Barley. Later that night, time passed by and we were so engrossed in our conversation that I missed my last train back to Mestre. The next available bus was at 2:15am. But the city was buzzing with people. I took a bus to Mestre centre (15mins ride) and then realised there were no bus or tram to my BNB until 6am. What would have been a 20 min tram ride to my BNB turned out to be a 1.5 hours of walk with a ...
... were not walking in water.
Murano is a cluster of islands connected by bridges and is renown for being the centre of glassblowing since 1291. We visited a glassblowing factory and were shown how hand blown glass is made before we were herded into the trap shop. It was all quite beautiful.
Burano was an interesting island, known for its lacemaking and for its very colourful buildings.