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Up not overly early today. Had a leisurely breakfast in our room and just as we finished came a knock on the door and they gave us 4 croissants. Awww how nice seeing breakfast wasn't included.
Decided to visit St Marks Square first before it got totally jammed with day trippers seeing it was already 10am. It was busy but definitely not as busy as I was expecting. Didn't take us too long to get into anything we visited today. Molto Bene.
... striped shirt and hat, and are not interested in negotiating the price… The ride was excellent. Much better than expected for this touristy experience. We wound through quiet canals, and our gondolier sang beautifully throughout, stopping occasionally to point out key sites, like the church of San Lorenzo where Marco Polo is buried. It felt a bit like being transported back in time.
After dinner we went back for one more night wander through ...
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Monday, December 1, 2014
We'd heard all the bad things about Venice: the crowds, the tourist ripoffs, the mediocre food, the acqua alta (high water), the disneyland-esque ...
... It looked to me like this was the finish line, maybe the starting point too, I’m not sure. My favorite was the stack of signs I saw all ready to be strategically placed, “1 bridges to go,” etc.—ha! The park has nice landscaping, a children’s playground, sculptures and statues (one looked kind of like a totem pole but made of granite). It’s also one of the venues for the Biennale Internazionale d’Arte (as far as ...
... by Maurizio Codussi and built beginning in 1496. The clock displays the time, the phase of the moon, and the dominant sign of Zodiac. The clock was placed so it is visible from the waters of the lagoon giving notice to everyone of the wealth and glory of Venice. The massive clock face with its complex machinery represents Venice's triumphs in the fields of mechanics ...