Hotel Forte del 48
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... master" demonstrated his skills and we were shown through room after room of beautiful glass pieces, the ceilings literally dripping with chandeliers. We were not tempted by any of the pieces in these rooms, although beautiful they were far too big for anywhere in our house - but of course there was the shop that you go through to exit the place, here we found a much smaller piece as a memento.
We then took a vaporetto to Burano, the ...
... go there' and then a string of Italian that still sounded beautiful though I'm sure would have instilled fear if I had understood. After I assured the policeman that we would seek refuge in a nearby cafe and wait it out, I ushered the others away and explained to them what I'd been told. They had mixed reactions, to say the least. Dearest Mary had the same view as I did, that this situation was actually awesome and exciting and hells yeah, let's be part of a ...
... drink in St Marks Square, of Proseco along with musical accompaniment. What a way to spend an hour or two? Thankfully the rain had stopped and the cloud partially cleared, lets hope it stays this way for tomorrow.
staying in a small family run hotel where the towels are not towels but like large linen tablecloths( they do a reasonable job but are a bit weird, and the hand towels look like tea towels. The bathroom is half the size of our whole room and includes a bidet, a first this ...
... less busy and you could almost forget you were in Venice when you came across a quiet sunny piazza, then you would turn the corner and come across a quiet side canal with pretty bridges and realise where you were again. It is a place of many contrasts. We didn't go on a gondola ride; they are so expensive it seems only the Japanese can afford them. I didn't mind though, my favourite memories of Venice are the deserted back streets with the quiet canals.
... a Venice taxi along the Grand Canal, followed by an awesome Gondola ride through the canals, complete with a bottle of wine & musicians/singers - an totally amazing experience. Ben is sold; it's definitely his favourite place in Italy. He can't wait to come back to explore it further on foot tomorrow. Our hotel here is really nice and we're looking forward to a good night's sleep to recharge the batteries. We've also learned how to wash a T-shirt or two while having a ...