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... That was
lunch for the following day!
After the tour, I booked the Doge's Palace tour for the following
day. Once, I had done this, I went mask hunting. Venice is over flowing with
masks. A lot of the shops that were selling masks, had masks imported from
China. The plastic based masks were from China, were as the masks that had a
leather base were the authentic Venice made masks. There were ...
... on of people from many centuries ago. After this finished we walked around the San Marco area to find a place to dine for tea. The food was ok but the company was great where we enjoyed a few laughs and caught up. We then walked with Tina and Andrew back to their accommodation then caught a water bus home to San Samuele the psalter bus station next to our hotel. Tomorrow we are off on our cruise around the Adriatic Sea and will only have internet ...
... which also did the grand canal!!! hindsight!) and went around to Tronchetto were we had parked.
Somehow, everyone had held on all day as it cost 2euros for a bathroom in Venice. The WC at the carpark was the discount price of 1euro. Relieved, we headed back to Montebello Vicento with a stop at Lidl along the way for supplies for dinner.
Lidl is the same as the Australian supermarket Aldi - so we feel very at home in this store, and as much as ...
... then Venice proper and gorgeous in the warm sun. Museum and glass works all closed for holiday but showrooms of beautiful glass, once you get way from the cheap tourist rubbish. Boat back, more Grand Canal palaces, hundreds of photos. Day three, the rain defeated us, and the queues! Because it was a holiday and poured rain, everyone wanted to be inside. We tried Peggy Guggenheim, queue too long, then looked ...
... them. We had been out for 3 hours so I think we can safely say we have done Venice! Enjoyed a wine and beer back in our room along with some olives we bought at the local supermarket (they are yummy) and rested our weary legs before showering and going out for dinner.
Venice has been a very different city to the others we have visited and one day was enough for us unless you are into art exhibitions or musical shows which there seems to be a lot ...