Castello di Roncade
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... there yesterday watching the kids play soccer, we see a bunch of people, obviously grads, dressed up,,, one with a ring of leaves on his head, one as a hobo, one as a pope.... So we were like, we need to find out what is up with that. Well a little google and a bit of international data plan later, we find out that the custom is for the grad's friends to dress them up in something ridiculous, parade them around, and then they create this scroll, I think it was ...
... see the two "guards" on top of the building swing their giant clappers.
BTW, why all the St. Mark accolades? Well, at least part of this poor disciple's body is supposed to be enshrined in the basilica (with his head still being in Alexandria and part of his body in Cairo -- gross!).
The Campanile, Doge's Palace, the Bridge of Sighs, and so much more. A breathtaking afternoon, to be sure.
... at St Mark square but this was clearly not allowed and we kept getting moved on by the "Step Police". We loved all the canals and streets especially the way that they just got smaller and smaller the further you walked in. There were about 4 big cruise ships in and this creates huge queues so we passed on the trip through St Marks. As we moved through the alley ways alongside the canals we came across an artist, painting and peddling his wares, we bought a couple of ...
... probably stay 3 hours again.
Venice is extremely touristic. Shirts, hats, bags, umbrellas are all broadcasting where you are. But I still must say there is something special about it. Somehow it maintains the ability to not feel like a theme park. Steve and I have thought about a return - but for Carnivale this time. I already bought myself a mask. (Also we did not see any black plague or vampire fish - Good job ...
... glad I have my tablet, so at least I could use that to try and find my way to the hotel. Unfortunately (it seems to have been that kind of a day...) Google Maps lists the hotel in completely wrong area, and Venice isn't exactly an easy city to navigate at the best of times! I made it eventually though, and checked in without any issues (thankfully!). I spent a bit more time trying to get the phone working, to no avail, and then headed out to explore and find some dinner.