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... s grandson married a Brit, so she speaks enough English that she can tell us about the history of her home and the island. We sit enthralled for an hour, and then politely dismiss ourselves to head home.
We decide the perfect cap to the day would be to sit in the gardens at the far end of the main island and watch the sun set as the spires of churches and clock towers turn into shadows. Lo and behold, there's a gondola making its way ...
... I hate the security lines, and the waiting to taxi. I hate the seats that are so close together I can't sit comfortably with my legs still attached to my body. No, seriously, I have become very close with my knees after many years if cramming myself on airliners. Mix this distaste with two hours of sleep, and then make finding coffee and a pastry nearly impossible, and follow that up with the woman at the gate rudely telling you that what you thought you understood about the carry ...
... of trouble getting comfortable with the idea of needing to eat by yourself sometimes, which also was annoying the other dorm mates. I found out a friend from Olympos (hi Izzy!) was in Napoli, so we attempted to link up in Italy, but I had a friend who was going to be in Amsterdam for work I arranged to meet up with, and a flight to India, so that didn't work out. So to Amsterdam it was, after a stop in Germany to break up the journey and work on PhD applications for a few ...
... No.12 and taking it to Punta Sabbioni (on the mainland) here we transfered to the Number 14 to the Lido. Unfortunatly we got off at the wrong stop and had a bit of a walk (don't get off at San Nicolo!). Once at the main terminus we walked down to the beach. The Lido is a long thin island that kinds of blocks the mouth of the Ventian Lagoon so the far side is actually a very long beach on the Adriatic. We had a bit of a paddle, ...
... in the square on Sunday now meant it was very busy as many Italians come to Venice for a Sunday outing. This meant the queues were winding around the San Marco square. They moved quickly and we also meet interesting people as we waited. In 828 the first church was built when the body of St Mark is said to have been transported here. The original church was destroyed by fire and rebuilding started in 1063. It was the private and ceremonial church of the Doge for centuries until the ...