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Sailing distance Dubrovnik to Venice Italy - 312 nautical miles. Departed Dubrovnik 2pm Saturday 31st May - Arrived Venice 8am Sunday 1st June. Bags were packed and we were ready to go. As had been our previous experience the disembarkation process of nearly 4000 passengers was smooth and extremely well coordinated. Within ten minutes we had left the ship, found our bags, and on the short walk to the water taxi. Water taxi to San Marco Square through the ...
The day started off as we prepared for the train trip to Rome. As we tackled the many steps of Venice to get to the station and it looked like it was going to be another beautiful day in Venice. We were travelling to Rome on the very fast train the Frecciargento, which travelled at approximately 200 km an hour and it was very enjoyable trip as seating opposite us were an American couple, Howie ...
... heat begged for gelato, so we sampled a cup of lemon, and a cone of coconut and chocolate.
Burano is connected to Morrazambo by bridge, but we decided to spend our evening hours on the island of Torcello, the oldest continuously populated Venetian island. Once an important re-export market with a population of 10,000, in the 12th century Torcello's waterways became swampy. Navigation became impossible and this aggravated its malaria problem. Residents fled the ...
... Like everything on board the ship, it all worked beautifully and by 8.50am we were walking back towards the 'people mover' to Venice.
Our train didn't leave till 12.25pm so we put our bags into storage at the train station for a couple of hours while we went for a last walk in Venice. Izzy wanted her photo taken on the Rialto bridge. I am glad we got back to the train station earlier than planned as the queue for the ...
... collecting our baggage and finding our way to our hotel. Our second day in Venice was spent exploring Venice and its surrounding islands by the water. First stop was the island of Morano which has been made famous by its glass factories. Here we watched beautiful glass chandeliers being made by the skill glass blowers in their factories and spent a few hours working our way through the hundreds of glassware shops. Finally I settled on buying a pretty set of ...
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