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... bridges and took plenty of photos, ended up at a small local bar wasted a few hours watching the water traffic and people walking by. We'd done a fair bit of wandering on foot so opted for the Vaporetto to head back. Went along the main cannel back, crazy to think this town is built on water...Jade didn't enjoy it all that much, her sea legs weren't great and she was thankful to be on dry land. Didn't get back to the campsite till 8pm, after we'd freshened up we sat on the picnic ...
... the cars. Boo!!!!!!!!! We arrive in Venice and we spent the first day exploring the area around our hotel. We went to get something to eat at this restaurant where they played 80s music and our waiter trie to sing along. I stress "tried" because he wasn't that good but he was funny! The next day we went to an island where they make glass (Murano). I bought mom a present for Christmas and I also bought a little present for myself. I hope I like ;-). Well off to ...
... back, the lagoon started turning into a swamp, and with swamp comes mosquitos and with mosquitos comes malaria and with medieval malaria comes death. So everyone left for the other islands, and Torcello was stripped of most of its buildings. Although it may take over an hour to get from Venice to Torcello, I highly recommend you visit (once the bell tower is repaired).
Our plans to visit Burano on the way back didn’t eventuate; we were hot and bothered, and just ...
... br> Most of the stores here consist of masks and cheesy, touristy magnets of smiling gondoliers. All the clothing stores are expensive because it costs to import them to the island. The masks are amazing. They're handcrafted, well, most of them are, and lavishly decorated with gold trim and sequins of different colors. My favorites were delicate looking metal ones with swirls and wings crafted into them.
Lots of ways to get lost here. The ...
... before but this was something else!!! Very talented people! We went inside St Marks Basilica, such a beautiful building, pity you aren't allowed to take photos inside. Then Kayla and I met up with Rodney, Karlee and David and sussed out a nice restaurant to keep out
of the cold and experience some lovely Italian cuisine - bruschetta, mixed
platter of pasta, pizza bread, croquettes, wine and ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility