Antica Casa Carettoni
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... enabling us full view of, not only the stage, but also of the orchestra pit and the audience. What a splendid sight! The theatre is decorated in dark pink velvet & gold brocade with crystal chandeliers, candle-like lights, gilt and gold filigree and painted frescoes.
I waited in anticipation for the opera to begin, imagining Violetta, the Parisian courtesan, ...
... out of the station heading for - who knows where!! We headed back to the bus again (having already checked they had not boarded) and carried on our journey. A little distressed as we had no internet or phone credit and although I knew they would be OK I really did want to talk with them to set a plan. Anyway we arrived in Venice to no driver!
This was the first time we had not connected ...
To enable us to have the most amount of time in Venice while still being able to return to the boat on time, we started our trip into Venice early. We were up, off the ship and at the Rialto Bridge 9am. This timing was good for several reasons – we got to experience 'peak hour' and since we had decided to not partake in breakfast on board, we were able to have breakfast near the Grand Canal (twice).
Our first breakfast was ...
... area which was great as it was really relaxing and quite serene. We also passed under the Bridge of Sighs... When all the gondola rides were finished, we again re boarded the water shuttle and were taken through the canals to the island of Murano. On our way we saw most of the other main islands that make up Venice and a few of the smaller ones. (We did comment that the small islands were used a bit like early Australia had been. Where all the unwanted criminals ...
... anytime soon (I did end up bringing everything inside and laying it on any available counter, shelf, back of a chair). I finally got out about mid-afternoon. I decided to follow, “a walk to the gardens of Castello,” that is in my Venice guidebook. The district of Castello is at the east end of Venice Island, beginning just past St. Mark’s Square (it takes me about 20 minutes to walk from the apartment to the square). Most of the ...