Hotel Forte del 48
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Rhys's entry: So today we had a tour booked to the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello. On Murano we saw a glass blowing show and glass making, the furnace was more hot than lava it was 1150 *c We then went to the coloured houses on Burano and the last one was nothing. In the afternoon we did a race to find were we had dinner last night with minutes left me and mum found it Sean and dad didn't. The island of Burano was beautiful. It is ...
We are thrilled thrilled thrilled to go to Venice today. It is 34 and humid beyond words. Yet I am wearing a scarf so that I can enter the churches- shoulders and knees must be covered. We arrived to the bus parking area at 1030 AM. We then boarded the boat for Venice. After about 30 mins we arrived and immediately began a guided tour. I am fascinated with Venice. How it is built on islands,the canals and the houses with empty ...
We finally arrived in Venice after one of the single worst flight experiences either one of us has ever had. Our little hostel was in a great area near the Academia bridge, but unfortunately, had NO air conditioning and it was hotter than we ever imagined PLUS there was a ridiculous amount of humidity. Because of our ordeal, we had to sleep with the windows open and Selina got attacked by Mosquitos. In fact, while pondering over which bug spray to get ...
... and lots of intersecting canals. Without a map, I would have been lost for all eternity there. We wandered around much of the shopping district while making our way towards Piazza San Marco and the main sector of the city. We spent the rest of the afternoon seeing the museums around the piazza and the Palace of the Doges. The city of Venice truly has a spectacular history. I wish I could have seen it in its glory ...
... you, thank you, thank you.
We stopped by All'Arco again for drinks and cichetti on our way back, watching the Venetian evening wind down from our little table outside. Then it was back to the apartment for dinner and, ultimately, packing. Tomorrow there is a plane to catch, and tomorrow we will be returning home again. Doesn't it seem too soon?