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... and to expect confusion sometimes. We definitely experienced that at the first service station. There were two different cafes that shared the same area. One cafe you paid after you ordered, the other you went to the front cashier, told them what you wanted and she put it through, gave you a ticket and then you took it back to the cafe and handed it over. A good 20 minutes of our 45 minute break was wasted trying to figure this out. But we still got food ...
The owners of the apartment had left a couple of bottles of wine for us in the fridge plus breakfast provisions which was a nice bonus. We had decided to travel to Murano today which is an island off Venice where they make the glass products. Again we got the water bus using our 48 hour pass and had a very scenic trip to Murano. I really liked Murano as it was quieter than Venice and was very picturesque. ...
So today was mostly a travel and get oriented day. I had booked the fast train from Rome to Venice in advance (great savings that way!) for about 11am, arriving in Venice around 3pm. So we got our stuff together and made our way to the metro, then to Termini. We had a little time to look around, and found a small grocery store in the train station and picked up some snacks for the trip.
One nice thing - when ...
... to Doges palace. Doge elected to be the figurehead if the principality by the aristocrats, this job is a lifetime job just like the pope, so when he dies they elect another one. He lives in this palace just with his family, but all the sensors and prisons are also located here. So we did the tour very easily, walked up to the ticketboxpaid our eur32 (for 2) and in we went no queues it was very interesting, the paintings on the walls, the ceilings, the mere ...
... could walk across the lower lying areas of pavement to reach the second or third step of the bridges! A few years ago, St Mark's Square flooded completely and this is a massive square. It is, however, not sitting far above the water level anyway, but it wasn't the sea coming over the top step that flooded it. When it rains, the storm-water goes down the drains into the Grand Canal. The problem is when the seawaters rise, they come back up through ...