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... since I left mine at home and we happened upon AN ENTIRE STORE OF SKETCHBOOKS. I literally cried. Hand-torn paper and hand-cut leather covers (we saw the shop where they did it).
We actually got to go in St. Mark's Basilica today and the bell tower.
Ended the day in a nighttime gondola ride which went past Marco Polo's and Cassanova's home.
Nuts, I tell you.
... and wander briefly in a fairly touristy area before returning home to put on warmer clothes and head back out for dinner. One of the things we're happy about here is that we are staying in more of a local backstreet area, and for dinner we point ourselves in the opposite direction to the touristy main street of this neighbourhood. I had noticed in both London and Paris that the Italian restaurants often have staff out front, touting the ...
... Grand Canal near San Marco. We went for half an hour down the grand canal and down Smaller canals. It was interesting watching our man navigating us through the canals, pushing off bridges, walls, avoiding other gondolas and steering us around corners. We ate lots of pizza, pasta and gelato. Stick house was a great find. With the most delicious gelatos on sticks that could be dipped into chocolate and topped with all sorts of delicious ...
Today we did the Laguna island hop starting in Murano and watching master glass makers sculpt some sort of art. We then went to Torcello but there was not much to see. Next we went to Burano with the fancy painted houses but this island is known for lacemaking and they have two types, hand made which is pretty expensive or machine made which is not only less expensive, but fairly close in quality. For there, we went ack to Murano for shopping and dinner and back to the hotel to cool ...
Another Day Another country! Starting to rack up those passport stamps now, or so we hoped. Going from Slovenia into Italy in a shuttle bus at 130 kmh meant no customs stop! We were a little gutted, well kate was. Me travelling on my British passport pretty much means I don,t get any stamps but Kate has been getting them all, but nothing leaving Slovenia or entering Italy!
So we got to our hotel in Mestre at around lunchtime. The hotel was very nice and so ...