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... into the ground past the sand and silt deep into the clay below. The type of wood and the lack of oxygen had petrified the piles below. The ground floors of the buildings are never lived in as they flood yearly with high tides that come in the autumn and winter. Some of the streets are built over canals and they have to have vent holes in them to allow water to come up during hide tides to prevent the streets from being destroyed. Our tour guide informed us that during ...
... glass blowing factories and we got a free private water taxi ride to Murano. Met there by Fabio - a very well dressed and good mannered Venetian - who showed us through the place and encouraged us to purchase a fine piece of Murano glass. A snip at AUD$2500 - delivered to Australia, insured, well packed and a great showpiece for the mantle.Good effort Fabio - FAIL !! But the craftsmanship and design of the glassware was stunning. We wish we could have ...
... BMW). He was a bit of a showman and opened the sunroof and put the windows down so we had a very breezy 40 minute trip to central Paris. We all looked a bit wind swept on arrival to the hotel check-in.
The girl at check-in seemed a bit annoyed that we had interrupted her quiet afternoon. I think she thought she had better things to do than deal with the public. We finally got our rooms and came up and settled in before ...
... for getting a bus to the airport next Saturday morning. We sorted that our and resumed our way home. There is a bar conveniently situated close to the ferry terminal (Guidecca Palanca), so we stopped off there for a bottle of water and a Spritz. It is very pleasant sitting on the canal under the shade of an umbrella watching the traffic moving up and down. ...
We were up extra early today for the four hour drive to Venice. Rozanne and her family picked us up in their two cars and we headed off. About halfway we stopped for breakfast and for the drivers to revive with a coffee. We stopped at a petrol station like nothing I've ever seen. There were stations on both sides of the freeway with an enclosed overhead walkway connecting the two. It was like a supermarket, patisserie, deli and gourmet food store but ...