Hotel Ca' Tron
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... islands. We took the opportunity to see a bit more of Venice from the canals and then took a trip out to Murano, which is famous for its beautiful glass. We also sought out the Bridge of Sighs for Gordon, to reassure him that it is still in Venice.
Our day in Padova was spent visiting the ...
... out the ferry routes and there was one from our Island to Murano (4.1) and then another to Burano (12). Fortunately the ferries were not too crowded and we had a pleasant trip to Murano. We had to walk about 5 minutes to another stop to get the next ferry. The timing was good as we arrived at Mazzorbo just in time for lunch at 12:15. The place was pretty full by 12:30. ...
... to accompany me inside the Basilica di San Marco. St. Mark – of gospel fame - is apparently buried in the crypt under there, which gave Olivia pause for thought. It gives me pause for thought, too.
We also visited Murano, where we were treated to a demonstration of glassblowing, which was pretty neat, especially when he blew a very thin ball of glass and touched it to the floor, where it exploded with a loud bang. After the demo, ...
... cart and picking up the bags as they went along. They must have quite a large work force since they go to every door, every day!
Remember that I mentioned I decided to take a lot of pictures of the quaint and often beautiful doors in Italy. Since I went no where today and took no pictures, instead, here is a selection of the photos of doors that I have taken so ...
... of time being lost. But it's all worth it! We scurried around all day (Saturday) but did visit the Cimitero (local cemetery), took the vaporetto around the island of Murano, the Doge's Palace, St. Mark's Square, and stumbled across the beautiful Basilica Dei Santi Giovanni E Paolo. We capped the day with dinner at Osteria Al Mascaron where we split a plate of linguine and clams. I ate the clams and Robin ate the pasta. It was delicious but not very ...