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... our goodbyes with a tinge of sadness
Went to have lunch at Zia Luigia's and Bruno said he had to go on a diet, so Zia gave him three tortellini in his plate. We all had a good laugh. Then we went to buy some cherries at a farm down the road.
Later we came back to Falze and unpacked bags. Then Adriano had to take his computer to the shop so we went to see Danny and Daniella. Danny was still working, but ...
... no one touched it, which was tricky as people wanted to bend over to look more closely. At almost all the museums and churches there were no photo signs and there were 'guards' who spent the whole time sitting or standing and saying 'No photo' or 'No touch'. Not the most stimulating of jobs. Most seemed to be on their phones anyway.
We caught the ferry back across the Grand Canal to then start wandering back in the general direction of the station, eventually ...
... guide of course. The big thing here is audio tours, where the guide has a transmitter and all the tourists, hereinafter referred to as sheep, have little receivers hung around their neck and a brightly coloured earpiece stuck in one or both ears. You can easily tell the sheep because they are the ones who shout whenever they have something to say to another sheep or the guide. Another day at sea and we arrived ...
Tuesday 7/Wednesday 8 - Days 14 & 15
Days seem to be merging into one. Over the 2 full days we spent in Venice most of the time we were lost but enjoyed meandering back through the myriad of streets which all used to be canals at some point. We figured out that when unsure of our position we should make our way back to San Stefano square and then we could find home. I managed to find answers to some of the questions ...
We started the day with a tour to 3 different islands - Murano, Burano and Torcello. Murano is famous for its glass blowing, Burano famous for its lace and Torcello for its mosaics. We watched one of the glasss blowers transform a small piece of glass into a standing horsey! He made it look so easy and it only took him a few minutes to do!
In the afternoon we meet up with Linda and Manuel ...