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Needs a bit of maintenance like most things in Venice, Beds a tad hard
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... hurt. It was a little concerning just how much he seemed to delight in the mistakes of others, especially when it seemed as though there were some serious injuries involved. I am just hoping that it has the effect of teaching him not to try to jump off a roof onto a rubber ball or ride a hang from a ceiling fan while someone turns it onto high and expect anything other than pain and a bad outcome. Of course it could have the opposite effect of drawing ...
Woke up early this morning and went to the breakfast room.
It was buffet style set up with the typical Italian elegance. After breakfast
we set off and walked to the Rialto bridge and walked along the Grand Canal and
started edging towards St.Marco square. On the way we spotted a dress shop that
... from Venice to Murano Island. The water taxi was $78.14, roundtrip. Murano island is nicknamed the Glass Island because of all of the glass artisans there. Murano Island is made up of seven small islands connected by bridges. While I was there, I walked around the island and saw tons of glass shops and factories. It was amazing learning how glass was made and seeing the breath taking views the island had ...
... as Allan leaves to go home tomorrow. I do have a little bit of room spare in my bag (there are a few things going home with Allan), so might be able to fit in a few more little things. We have a plan to visit the Palazzo Ducale in the morning before catching our train at 1pm so that will be a bit rushed.
One of the surprising thing about Venice is the number of dogs walking around. I think I have only seen 2 on ...
... and churches that lined this canal and soon we were crossing the mouth of the Grand Canal. At this point there was a distinct reduction in speed as several gondolas appeared from nowhere with early morning tourists experiencing the thrill of a lifetime before the canal became uncomfortably crowded. The Vaporetto docked and as we all filed off, we were immediately hit by rows and rows of hawkers and souvenir stands. This was the gauntlet that led up to St Mark’s ...