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... a dead-end. We found ourselves looking at a large canal thinking we knew which one it must be, only to turn around a corner and be several streets away from where we thought! Still, it was lovely to see all the little shops and streets and the Venice-culture!We had said to the staff at the Serena that we would be back for the car about 5 o'clock and knew it was a half hour ride on the bus. So at about 4 o'clock as ...
... We checked into the Crowne Plaza in Venice East around 2 pm and had lunch in their restaurant. Gary will post photos of our meals, which were very good. Sherry and I enjoyed hot tea with lemon Bill and Gary drove into Venice to return the rental car, and took the train back to the hotel. Something of an adventure for ...
... re boats. After a couple of stops and a scoot across some open water we arrived at Murano.
Murano is famous for being the home of Venetian glass, with factories, galleries, shops and the Museum. As soon as we got off the bus, a guy was at the jetty saying free glass blowing exhibition. Like lost sheep, most people followed his directions, Di and Pete included, and we saw some colorful and unusual tumblers being made. Have to admit it was interesting but of course, it ...
... glass. He was making a pitcher that took him literally five minutes to fashion. The most exciting portion of the demonstration was when he made the handle. He heated the top lip of the pitcher until it was molten glass then he took a metal tool and pulled the glass to attach to the body. In one swoop of the hand, a handle was made and the pitcher was complete! He made it look extremely easy, but he'd been working with glass for twenty years, so I guess he ...
... our photos as we were taking theirs. The ride lasted for an hour in extremely hot weather, and as I decided to buy a proper hat after the ride, I had to make do with what I had on hand for the ride, [check the photo]. On completion of the ride we were met by our guide for a walking tour of Venice, did I mention it was hot our guide guessed about 40 degrees, but the humidity was 99%. We visited St. Mark's Basilica, which was incredible, on ...