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... nothing more of it. We cruised into Venice for a walking tour with a local Venetian lady named Christina who showed us through the food markets, nice and early, on a Saturday morning and then took us through some of the back streets to see where Marco Polo had once lived with his family! Then an hour of free time before we headed into Lido, where a major proportion of venetians live for our farewell lunch. This was held in a beautiful "fancy" restaurant covered in ...
... a sense of our time there. It was so calm and quaint and a nice respite from the crowds at San Marco. It felt like we had traveled to a seaside resort village. Oh, wait...we did!
When we returned from our quiet island visit, we headed through the crowds to the Jewish quarter to see if we could get in on the last tour for the day at 5:30. We tried to get to a restaurant that was recommended by our friend Jan to make ...
Though almost all lace was machine made cheap imports. Went as recommended by a colleague for photo opportunities with the multi coloured houses, he wasn't wrong and it was a lovely day.
Pretty hot day so I was in the right place to sit in the shade and catch the lagoon breeze... For quite a long time...
I added the phrase 'typical boat' to the lexicon, but not sure how much use it will ...
Nobody can take a bad picture in Venice. The entire city is ornate. It's sculpted from granite and stone--and it rises out of an ocean of what looks like olive colored jello just before it solidifies. Its a dance of saints and sea nymphs and a stillness that feels a little bit like forever. After I ogled a **** load of 15th Century cribs hand made glass art in Murano, ...
... to leave the Republic as Venice did not want it's secrets of glassblowing to spread to other areas.
The glass was beautiful and it would have been great to spend more time enjoying morning tea on the island but after walking around for a while jumping puddles and window watching we decided to head to hopefully drier land and visit the next island on our list - Burano, which was made famous for the fine ...