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... and we almost missed the narrow winding staircases of our previous climbs, but the view from above was magnificent. It was difficult to see all the water passages inside the city from such a height, but we could see the water surrounding the place, the gondola slowly passing by in the harbour and the water buses trudging on. The beautiful orange and yellows of rooftops and houses clashed with the white of the churches, the green climbing ivLy looked doubly bright and vibrant, ...
... was now.
Arrived back in Feltre, and grateful that the car was still where we'd left it.
Back at the apartment, there were various pools of water around. Guess Feltre had had a storm too! Fortunately no real damage, just our pack of cards and a scoresheet. Paul laid the cards out to dry, but not hopeful that they'll be any good. While the scoresheet had to be tossed, the scores are imprinted onto the top of the white dresser for posterity.
... in front of the Mona Lisa) we would brave the crowds and finish up our sight seeing journey of Venice.
Despite the fact it was crawling with people, Piazza San Marco was beautiful. The stunning displays of architecture, combined with string bands accompanied by piano playing at the restaurants, made it a sensory delight. St Marks Basilica is the head piece of the piazza, and deservedly so. It is an ...
The guidebook reassures us that Venice is an island, and therefore, you can't get too lost. It felt it at times yesterday! We got up, and Steven and I went to buy bread and coffees for breakfast whilst the kids read in bed. They are getting so grown up! Croissants taste different here - more like a panettone texture - but the coffee was the best since I left home. Wonderful! We then headed up to St Marks, wandering past the Armenian church that we can see from our apartment, and past ...
... wasn't!! Because to walk anywhere in Venice is an adventure and a treat to your senses that is hard to rival. Firstly, the architecture and sense of history in every bit of mortar and cobblestone; next the streets - so many of them are made of water, it is truly magnificent! Then the lane ways - where to begin? Forget your map and follow your delight as you will be lead down lanes and around corners that each time lead ...