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... the longer route to St. Mark's Square through sundry canals and waterways and several stops. We duly arrived close to the Piazza San Marco and checked out the queue for the Doge's Palace or Palazzo Ducale if you're Italian is up to it. Having prepaid a tourist pass we skipped the long queue and waltzed into the Doge's Palace. We ambled through display after display, some antique and some commemorating Italian involvement in the First World War - ...
Trained up to Venice, via Florence, about a three hour trip with a run for the Venice train as the Siena train was slow and late. Made it by about 30 seconds with David being ahead of me, naturally!
I jumped into the first carriage to make my way down the train and didn't find David until the last seat. I was beginning to think he may have jumped off at the last minute as he'd found out it was the wrong train!
... to ward off low flying aircraft.
We crossed the wooden
Accadamia bridge and continued through the thronging streets to St
Mark's Square where we only paused briefly, now in search of the Hard
Rock Café. Located one street behind the square, we enjoyed a
Caesar Salad and emerged into the darkness into the St Mark's Square.
Neither of us were particularly impressed with it, ...
... not want to chance having problems at the airport.
Got ourselves cleaned up and decided to walk to the church at the end of the Zattere. Took a different route than we had before and walked through some new and interesting area. This church is located on the other side of the Grand Canal from the Rialto and was built as a thanks from the city of Venice for being saved from the plague. The name of the church was Santa ...
... later -a gondola ride with Diago (who first introduced himself as James Bond!) from behind St. Marco Square out to the Grand Canal and by the Rialto Bridge -gelato treats -a look around Basillica St. Marco....the golden domes and arches, the beautiful mosaic floors, the marble pillars, the carvings and art -where in a Canada would we find a 1000 year old structure? -the famous Bridge of Sighs -the ...