Hotel Commercio & Pellegrino
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... in the labyrinth of narrow lanes, bridges and plazas of Venice.
Many times the kids enjoyed taking the lead and trying to navigate the way home, with not much success.
Piazza San Marco, St Marks Basilica, Doges Palace, the Bridge of Sighs and Rialto Bridge were still impressive even with some scaffolding.
Riley was lucky enough to celebrate his ...
... with fancy furnishings, murano glass chandeliers and a gorgeous view if a canal. Quite often gondolas headed down the canal and then we were quite often treated to some singing as well. New day, new plan. Yeah right, today was all about exploring, shopping and getting lost. We had tackled the bottom of venice, so we now made our way along the north eastern side if venice. The fact that the streets were covered in shops made the walking a lot easier. A few ...
This is our last full day in Venice as tomorrow we pack and leave at 1200!
The things left on the list include Doge's Palace, San Marco Square, the Rialto Bridge, the Bridge of Sigh, Murano Island for glass blowing and Burarno Island for lace making. Just to name a few!
Our hotel had a private water taxi going to Murano so off we set. Murano is one of the islands in the Venetian Lagoon. It is affectionately known as the "glass ...
... air and wind in our faces helped us back to reality, well a bit, but we were still singing and probably being a little loud at times until we arrived. We watched a couple of glass making/blowing demonstrations and then were herded through the factory for purchases. We would love to have bought some but it was pricey and how would we get it home ?
Next stop the island of Burano, famous for its lace and coloured buildings. We saw a brief lace making ...
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By the time we got our sightseeing in the sun was beginning to set over the water. We walked along the water to a park until it was dark. Dark + no map = we have no idea where we were going. It was actually a pretty cool experience just wandering in the small alleys. Sometimes we had to turn around because we reached the water but there was no bridge and other times we had to turn around because of a dead end. It ...