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... first time in 40 years. It must be that long since I've been to Matins. A day of exploring, and a very sociable Astra dinner in nearby San Stefano Piazza completed our Sunday. On Monday, we travelled further afield in Cannaregio taking the vaporetto to San Marcuola and walking to the Jewish Museum in the Ghetto. It's an area filled with interesting history, including Banco Rosso, and the supposed area where Shylock lived. Another beautifully sunny day, we lunched in a fantastic ...
Up pretty early, though not as unspeakably early to catch sunrise as perhaps I hoped (??) Still the square at 8am on a Friday is quiet. Despite the photo blogs saying hang round, have an early coffee, all you can find is other coffee starved amateur snappers. Pretty much first in line for the palace, pretty amazing though I am suffering from Tintoretto-itis Spent a good while on ...
... second southern island, we continued to zig-zag through narrow alley ways until we got to San Marcos. I was a little bummed because the front of the cathedral was under construction and the entry line was very long. Instead we decided to go to the top of the bell tower and look out across Venice. This tower had an elevator that zipped us right up. The view was amazing! You could smell the ocean breeze and see the grouping of islands that make up Venice. We spied some serious rain ...
Awoke yesterday morning (Monday) to a drizzly overcast day. In order to make sure our suitcases didn't get wet on the walk to Piazza Roma to link up with the people mover train to the cruise terminal, we bought the largest rubbish bags we could find and fitted them over the bags making a slit for the handle. We must have looked a sight traipsing the streets of Venice - four kiwis decked out with umbrellas, rain jackets, back packs, handbags each with a black rubbish bag ...
... I'm so happy it´s beyond belief. We headed to our hotel and dropped off our bags then walked around Venice till we found a place that we could eat. We ordered 2 pizza's with some typical summer orange drink. They charged a service fee and table fee it was a bit ridiculous. Venice also has a separate city tax of 2 euros. It´s madness. Anyways, we looked around some more. Saw the City centre and then headed back home. It was unfortunate really because my ...