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... there yesterday watching the kids play soccer, we see a bunch of people, obviously grads, dressed up,,, one with a ring of leaves on his head, one as a hobo, one as a pope.... So we were like, we need to find out what is up with that. Well a little google and a bit of international data plan later, we find out that the custom is for the grad's friends to dress them up in something ridiculous, parade them around, and then they create this scroll, I think it was ...
... more beautiful materials. Most of Venice is build with wood and brick with more extravagant facades facing the areas that visitors see. Even the elaborate church displays only brick to areas of the palace that aren't typically seen by visitors. This may be another reason that Venetians are so proud of their masks. Don't get me wrong, though, the facades are _beautiful_. And very practical in a sinking city since wood and brick are forgiving to the shifting ...
... still lots of people, nothing like the hustle and bustle of Venice. The water is lapping onto the narrow footpath and it's cold. We head into a groovy local bar/eatery, serving tapa type food. All the men are standing around the bar talking away in loud Italian, drinking beer at lunch, with a shot of espresso, nice combo. Kids have an ice-cream, after all it is the last day of our holiday. It's been mid-term break last week and today, Monday ...
... crowded as there four other cruise ships in port plus all the other tourists. We walked through San Marco Square and then took a look at the Bridge of Sighs between the Doges Palace and the old prison. It started to rain a little so we headed slowly back towards the ship. We had dinner with our new friends, Bob and Glenis from Tring, as it was their last night before they flew home. They have been great company and we were sad to say ...
We visited San Marco's Square a little later than we thought in the day as everyone was still very tired from our previous day's adventures. Venice is a city of amazing sites and works of art. I particularly liked this piece of art as it covered a wall of the port of Venice ... Amazing! We eventually found San Mark's Square, after getting lost a few times, but were amazed at the sheer size of the square. There weren't ...