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We woke up tired and not really rearing to go today. Was a massive day getting to Venice, then the boat accident, then the fire works, then the two bottles of Chianti. But today is a boat ride to; and little tour of the Murano Glass factory. I am not sure how many factories are left, but this tour was complimentary from …
Had a nice breakfast and checked out of Hotel Casci. I would really recommend this hotel. I promised I would put a review on Trip Advisor. Family run hotel with a lot of charm. There is a beautiful fresco in the breakfast room. The room was wonderful and quiet. Except for the landscape work in the garden during the day. We had a wonderful stay in Florence with perfect weather every day. Except for a few random sprinkles. We headed to the Santa ...
... and has been converted into a luxury hotel of around 400 rooms. After taking a freshening up, we popped up to the rooftop bar to enjoy just one Prosecco and take in the spectacular view before we headed out to explore the beautiful Venice.
A water taxi took us over to the main jetty and we walked along to San Marco square. The Doge's Palace, San Marco Basillica and the square itself are all so stunningly beautiful. We went to dinner, ...
... well ;)... So how to make u know me?"
After rejecting this offer he asked, "Can I stay w u in Melbourne?"
"When will u be coming to Melbourne?"
"If u invite me to come... ;)"
This man was constantly telling me how much he thought we 'matched' and had already told me he missed me after two days of meeting me. The next day after the above conversation he wrote, "Dily :P [where the hell did Dily come from?] hope u are fine there. If not u can ...
... arrived, there were already about 30 people waiting. All total, we filled 12 gondolas with 4-6 passengers in each. As Holly described it, we looked like an armada moving down the Grand Canal. One of the gondolas had an accordion player and a man with a concert hall quality voice. We were serenaded by them throughout the ride. We cruised a few hundred meters down the canal ...