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... bridge to figure out how it all worked, then went to park my bike in the motorcycle parking area. However, being the only motorcycle parking area for the entire city, it was entirely packed. The parking area has markings to indicate where each bike should park, but the markings were only the roughest of rough guides. When the spots ran out, hundreds of scooters were wedged inbetween two correctly parked scooters, scooters were parked as if the markings continued ...
... Sweet. Hot towels, orange juice, drinks and preztels before we even took off. Lovely meal and lots of leg and seat room. Our only problem is we slept about 6 hours, damn, we should have stayed awake to enjoy it.
So all in all, a great time and we loved spending time with the liebkins as always. Mike and Jen tell us they intend to spend another year, so I guess we'll be planning another visit next year.
Love from the Parkers
... to move their foundries to Murano in 1291.
Because the beautiful glass became a valuable trading export the glassmakers were soon the island’s most prominent citizens. By the 14th century, glassmakers were allowed to wear swords, enjoyed immunity from prosecution by the Venetian state, and found their daughters married into Venice’s most affluent families. However glassmakers were ...
... of art and in pizza places eating yummy food. The day was full of reminiscing and sweating. It is crazy hot here and time for these two Canadians to get back into some cooler weather!!
Tonight we go to sleep in Italy...tomorrow we walk on Irish soil...life doesn't get any better than this!
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Matt & Kellie
... pictures (and of course eating gelato for lunch). It really was the best afternoon. Burano isn't as popular a tourist destination as Murano, and I think that's why I loved it more. It was like a secret place that we'd found that made the most beautiful handmade lace. Most of it I couldn't afford, but I got some little monogram frames. Burano was settled just as early as Murano, but it didn't thrive until about the 17th century when the women ...