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... br> Boat ride to San Marco, walk about and photograph the Bridge of Sighs, move right into St Marks Square, feed some pigeons, visit the Doge's Palace, walk inside the Bridge of Sighs (OMG this part was great), line up for St Marks Bascilica, gelato in the square, walk about the shops, have a beer at Rialto Bridge and then make our way back to the tour group in time to jump into a gondola ...
... all to get totally lost. In the end we were so far from San Marco it wasn't funny, so we decided to give up and go home and visit the square and basilica another day. We had some time at home and then went out for another shopping wander. Lots to see and reasonably good prices. We met an old lady with a little dog for whom she had made not only a coat, but also a hat. We're told Venetian winters can be freezing, poor ...
... Venice, probably why I kept having more, not because I was greedy or anything. The funniest thing happened the next morning when we were trying to have an early morning coffee. We went across the road to our local a little café that had lovely waiters. All we wanted was a coffee, an espresso specifically, to get us up and moving. Apparently espresso sounds more like 'espritz’ and what was served to us was an ...
... in oxygen poor conditions under the water, which means the wood does not decay and is petrified instread, becoming stone-like to support the brick and stone buildings above. The wooden piles penetrate a soft layer of sand and mud unti they reach a harder layer of compressed clay on which they rest. Interestingly most of the wood used to build Venice in the marshy lagoon in which it is located, was imported Larch wood from Slovenia, Croatia and Montenegro.
... 8217;s were plentiful and every time we passed one going the other way, we had to slow down to a near stop so we wouldn’t swamp them.
Unfortunately we have to stay in 1 hotel for one night and then another one for 2 nights. The first one is right near one of the boat stops looking out onto Murano. We have another very nice hotel owner who was very helpful in letting us know where the best food is for the cheapest ...
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