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... enjoying the scenes, then roamed the many shops. At 1.30pm we met up with everyone then headed off to Burano, another island in Venice which has very colorful houses and lace shops. Not many tourists there, very different to the hoards in Venice main island. We had a very traditional lovely late lunch, with plenty of drinks ...
... at St. Mark's Square. Rain completely bucketing down now, the square looked completely different to yesterday as it was much more wet and it was raining so everyone had umbrellas and they were wearing bigger coats.
Using St. Mark's Square as a landmark, which it is, we battled our way through the BitTorrent of water falling from the sky back to our hotel. Our umbrella served us very well but failed us in the pants ...
... conditions in Venice, there was not a single cloud in the sky and the sun was rising as fast as it could. No matter, the showers were really hot, we had porridge for breakfast and hey, we were going to see Venice today!
The bus ride in from our campsite in Mestre was as easy as she had made it sound - it took us towards the sea (Adriatic) and then over the very long road and rail bridge (Bridge of Freedom) that straddles the ...
... art. This is, in fact, the collection of Peggy Guggenheim who bought a palazzo on the Grand Canal for her art and would let the public in once a week to see it.. It was only natural when she died to will the money to make it a museum. Peggy had quite the life and much of the art in her place seems to be from men who were either friends, lovers, or husbands: Max Ernst, Pollock, Magrite, etc. There was a saying, in Italian, in neon, in ...
... felt like the spaghetti with meat sauce and Simon a lasagne.
Whilst waiting for the food to come we took in the beautiful scenery. It was a lovely restaurant. When
our food came out, after our bread, it smelled absolutely delicious. We
were salivating!! We ate it slowly and enjoyed it, took our time - no
need to rush! My spaghetti was so saucy and the pasta was beautiful. Simon practically licked his plate! After
our mains we were given dessert menus, and ...