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... and the structure of towns from that age. It was small but we had good coffee. The only Problem was that we could not find the bus station to go back home. In the end we just stayed at the one and we were lucky, after 10 minutes there was a bus going to Padova. Yeah traffic in italy works a little differently. We found our way back home, and our bikes were waiting for us at the train-station (miracle).
... an enjoyable, but very tiring, couple of hours. Then we began making our way slowly back towards the ferry. This involved fighting our way through the hordes thronging St Mark’s Square, but we made a small detour to say hello to our old friend from Split, Diocletian. Tucked into a corner on the outer wall of St Mark’s is an odd little red marble sculpture of four Romans wearing armour, cloaks and strange flat hats. ...
... after seeing so many examples of glass dishes and art in the many shops in Venice – they went way beyond what you can conceive of doing with glass. The Apostoli Palace offers a free ride to Murano to a specific glass factory they know, followed by touring anywhere we like on the island, so we were in luck!
We met the boat at 10 am-ish, and he took us to Murano, where he let us off at the glass factory, and told us we could ...
... And so what exactly does that mean for us... exactly?
Don’t worry we have another place you can stay Its REALLY nice I think you will like it!
Where EXACTLY is this ‘other’ place?
Oh not far from where you are.
But we booked this particular property because of its central location and closeness to the main canal.
Wait until I get where you are and I will show you the place if you don’t like it I can take ...
... and should something happen to them the rest of the member’s of the squalor would take care of the family. Many of these squalor’s were associated with churches and were an earlier type of pension savings.
We walked by where Marco Paulo lived as a child. His original home is no longer there but there is a plaque acknowledging the location. A small side note Marco Paulo was gone for twenty-four years and ...