Hotel Ca' Fortuny
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... meant that the one raised platform was jammed packed with people shuffling along. Once we got under the cover we still had to contend with idiots trying to walk around with their umbrellas up, hitting people in the face. We managed to escape the crowds as most were queuing for the church and we turned a different way. We made it to the alley we needed but it was completely flooded so we had to turn back and find a new way. We had gotten to know the area ...
... but I wanted to see the city at night. We decided we would meet them at the hostel, and set off exploring on our own. It was so beautiful to see the streets and canals as it started getting darker and quieter. We walked right across the island and made our way back to San Marco's square. Here there was upmarket busking, with beautiful bands playing music on stands outside the restaurants. We ended up ferrying home around 11pm after a long afternoon/evening ...
... we were up bright and early to head down to St. Mark's Square in hopes we would beat the crowds. We ended up getting up to the top of the campanile (breathtaking views!) but the line to get into St. Mark's Basilica (even with a free entry) was too much after two weeks of seeing churches. I'm sure it's beautiful, but I've seen some beautiful churches, and I wasn't about to wait for an hour on my last day in ...
... every time a couple went by in a gondola. Sat in amazement as a boat appeared from the front entrance of one of the nearby homes complete with motorised winch. With some fine manoeuvring the boat finally made a safe entry into the canal. Check out the photos. Spent time wandering Venice by night. Managed to take the wrong turn on more than one occasion. It was Saturday night in Venice and air was filled with laughter, music and conversations. Welcome to beautiful ...
... coffee, the way they eat (and lateness of), and off we head. This place is truly magical. It's like a fairytale. In and out of alleys/streets that are only as wide as a buggy - it's phenomenal. And the buzz, the place is alive. The street vege market is on a boat, little canals running where you'd normally see streets. The architecture incredible. The way they live, hanging their washing through the middle of streets (kids got a huge laugh out of that), markets everywhere, boat ...