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... Here I am, freshly graduated, teetering on the brink of an unpredictable seven months of adventure and I sit next to Queen Buzzkill on my flight to start things off. No matter. This lady couldn't bring my spirits down, and neither could pink eye (although my jet lag/cumulative graduation week hangover might). I've only been in Venice for half a day so far, which I spent being funneled through its travertine alleyways with yet another lowing herd of travellers, but I can tell you that ...
... to Murano Island. Initially glass makers had shops all over Venice but the government stepped in and moved them all to Murano because of the fire risk. Murano was a much quieter island. We walked the canals carefully shopping in the glass stores as I knew what a diastero it is to accidentally bump something. After several unsuccessful attempts to view the glassmakers at work we were able to squeeze into a shop to observe the artisans at work. They nimbly made a ...
... not have asked for better weather for our stay.
The Tower was a great platform for photography and orientation in Venice. Last time we were here it was under refurbishment and we not get up there.but it is ideal for looking over the rooftops and seeing the length and breadth Venice. Thoroughly recommended early in a visit to take full advantage of he views.
The gondola ride is of course de rigeur and we were fortunate to have a personable ...
... s stronghold on the Adriatic Sea to the Turks. Venice then changed tack and charmed the European's with it's risqué art, music and 12,000 registered prostitutes. Napoleon ruled in 1797 then Austria till 1848 and Venice went through many changes. In 1866 Venice joined the independent kingdom of Italy. In 1966, disaster struck as record floods poured into the 16,000 Venetian homes. Help came from all over the world to help Venice and it is now flooded by tourists daily ...
... a very relaxing lunch and then wandered across the bridge to Burano, where we retraced the steps of our last visit. Not a lot had changed. We caught the ferry back to Murano where Judi picked up a few bits and pieces and we enjoyed window shopping in some of the more high end art galleries. They produce some beautiful designs in glass. We took another route home to ...