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... which were delicious, at last something good. As we were about to get our snack, we realised the time and we had about 3 minute to get to the train, so after the coffee person took their time we sprinted up the huge stairs and onto the train with little time to spare. We all took a huge sigh of relief. After around 15 minutes we arrived at the EXPO, we wondered in and bought some tickets, they were so expensive but what could we do. Then we entered expo and it was humungously ( I know ...
... and the weather was in the 50's, we thoroughly enjoyed it. There were still crowds on the main walkways, but it was manageable. We got a great room with wonderful breakfasts near the Santa Lucia train station for $100 or so. That may be half price.
10) See the Doges Palace. To us, it seemed like the only museum worth seeing. There are art museums and a couple are included on this ticket, but we didn't have time to ...
... home after we get back. While we were doing the paperwork, we were offered water or coffee, it should have been champagne!
We had another local guide to take us through the Basilica and Doge's Palace. She was so enthusiastic and passionate about the history. We were told that photos weren't supposed to be taken inside the Basilica but everyone did, so I did too. The Doge's Palace is connected to the prison by the Bridge of Sighs so we got ...
... to the ship when we choose to leave.
We see the Bridge of Sighs, which links the Doges Palace to the jail. Its name was changed from the Jail Bridge to this more whimsical name after a visit by Lord Byron. He thought the prisoners would sigh as the crossed the Grand Canal into the jails as they see Venice one last time through the small windows.
The rest of day in Venice will be on our next blog.
... the piece is thrown out and they have to start again; hence why they have to be experts in just the one stitch. The second was glass blowing. We were shown how a ball of glass, heated to 900 degrees and glowing orange could be transformed into a delicate animal (a stag I think). At that temperature the glass was so unbelievably pliable, and in a matter of minutes the glass blower had twisted and pulled the glass into shape. After our gondola ride ...