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We thought it might be fun to explore some of the parts of Venice we had not seen as yet. Using the excellent ferry system, we sailed over to Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore. There is a large Church there that is visible from St Marks Square, and a monastery of sorts, and also a marina with lots of lovely sailing boats. There was a free exhibition …
Sadly it was time for Tricia and the family to head off to Florence, and we embarked on a voyage of 100m across the Grand Canal. The closest jetty to the Peggy Guggenheim Museum is the Salute jetty, and we enjoyed exploring the narrow pathways, canals and bridges on the way to this famous museum.
It is quite obvious that the collection is the …
As I haven't been feeling well the last few days, we had a leisurely breakfast before we headed out for a slower paced day. Tricia and the family went to Burano, which is a lovely island well to the north of Venice, and Jude and I got on the Vaporetto and headed in the direction of the Rialto bridge. On the way we decided to go a couple of extra …
Our merry group of 4 enthusiastic adventurers has now increased to 6 with the arrival of Nathan and his partner Emma. Tricia's only son is living in England and they were able to join us. We decided we would catch a ferry over to Murano, one of the outer islands, and famous for it's glass objects. We visited the very good museum there and saw …
The most stunning blue sky created us and after a leisurely breakfast we headed off to the Doge's Palace. It was interesting to see that all of the water in St Marks Square had disappeared. Hard to believe that it was knee deep in places the night before.
The vast gothic palace of the elected, all powerful Doge was built in the 14th and 15th …