Casa Pisani Canal
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... the streets of Venice and caught some water buses around Venice to see the sights. After a lot of walking and getting lost we went on a gondola ride which was pleasant and calm. We then went to a water bus and went home for a while before going out for ...
... when we got off the boats...this was on top of the already 5 bottles we had paid for. So 10 bottles of Prosecco for 20 people. Oh yeah. We had done the gondolas with another small EF group so they had a couple bottles of their own as well, but their tour guide opted for more bottles of juice and soda because he knew they didn't like to drink too much, our tour guide said he didn't even think about getting us juice...he knows us so well. After the ...
... at the entrance of the Grand Canal.
Did we do a Gondola ride? Yes and No, we needed to get across the Grand Canal to reach Santa Maria, and took a Tragetta - a short Gondola ride from one side to the other.
Santa Maria church very ornate on the outside but very plain on the inside, compared to St. Mark's.
We then jumped onto the city water bus to tour the Grand Canal from end to end. Took way too many pictures, it all started to look the same after ...
... area and the buildings are up to 7 stories unlike most Venetian buildings at 3 or 4 stories. This was allow places for all the Jews to live on the island.
We ended up down by the train station where we picked up a vaporetto back to our place for a rest before heading out to dinner. We ended up walking in St Mark's Square in the evening both of us very much enjoying the ambiance of the place at night with lights and few people.
The day before we departed for italy we spent the night in the Premier inn hotel at the airport. We wanted to have a good night sleep before our holiday.
We caught the train at Pokesdown (Bournemouth). We had to change once at Southampton but our other train was cancelled so a train guard told us to head to Portsmouth to get on a direct train to Gatwick. When we arrived at Portsmouth we got told there was no direct trains to Gatwick so ...