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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... s suddenly scrambling to keep the gondola from becoming a "water log"!
After a leisurely, delightful lunch and a few pictures, we bid our waiter "good-bye" as we headed across the Rialto bridge towards the San Marco and Academia districts. With a the goal of exploring some shops in the Academia area we had not had time to check out yesterday, we were occasionally side-tracked by a little shop here and a cute bridge there. Linda left me behind on more ...
... earrings! The men were trying hard to keep the kids in control including even getting them gelato, but we still had to cut the shopping short. The guy in the store was learning to make glass, so he made a frog and ladybug while the kids were watching. He said he would give them to us if we came back tomorrow, but sadly we couldn't! It was really cool. I know see how they get the different colors on! After that we wandered around, and sebastiano took us up into cannaregio ...
... an hour on the taxi boat we finally got to the square. At the square we divided into 2 groups and each group had about a 90 minute tour. Highlights of the tour included doge palace, the main cathedral, the clock tower, the opera house, the main canal / Rialto bridge / a lesson in architecture, and a cool staircase. After the tour we met up as a big group and decided that 5 hours of free time would be sufficient to see the city. By this time it ...
We love our hotel and are soo comfortable. We have coffee and When walking back from the information centre, a man offers us a free trip to Morano Island on a private water taxi to see the glass factory. We accept the offer and know that it will be too good to be true. We get to the glass blowing factory and are greeted by a man and sat down to watch the glass blowing. It's just the 2 of ...
... the guide was quite informative of qwerty aspects of the venetian lifestyle. After the walking tour there was forty-five minutes free time. I managed to pick myself up a mask and a few souvineers for other people! The gondola ride was next, and thoroughly entertaining! Our gondolier was extremely talented, a few of the others not so much hitting a few walls here and there. But I wasn't about to take the reins, it's definitely ...