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... some renovations so it will be interesting to go back and see what they changed or restored. It was also cool to be able to see Doge's Palace because they way it was built I think the Basilica and the palace really complimented each other. I learn that the Palace was home to the Douge of Venice who was the supreme authority of the Republic of Venice. Today its a museum and its on of the 11 museums that is run by Fondazione Musei Civici di ...
... sentenced for life, or sentenced to death.M:....L: So they say, its the bridge that if anyone crosses it from side to the other, they usually are sighing their last breaths of freedom. It is a one way bridge, once you go across it, you either are killed immediately, or you stay for the rest of your life. This is why it is called the bridge of sighs, because every criminal takes his last breaths of freedom and sighs as he goes across it.M:...They made such ...
Today we ventured out on the boat, visiting the surrounding islands of Venice - Murano and Burano. As mentioned previously, Murano is well known for it's glass. The shops are filled with jewellery, vases, glasses, lights and many other objects made of glass, some very expensive! Burano is known for it's lace. We visited a store where a woman was demonstrating lace-making. She had a piece there ...
... the house of Venician glass where we weakened and purchased a lovely piece.
Venice - clear blue sky with snow covered alps behind, what a treasure, we wandered around for hours and covered all the touristy things including a boat ride up the grand canal. It was lovely to see this city again after 35 years and looking so clean. Once saturated with touristic activity we headed back to the quieter Murano. It reminds us of what ...
... in polish, because Zuzia swears in polish while driving. and in that horrible italian traffic you have to swear quite often.
I almost got run over the other day because these ...... italians do not ever look around them. But since I just bought sunglasses, I'm adopting the italian attitude to be relaxed. (I'm way to german to actually mean that, but I try). Tonight we're having a ladies night out at the cinema to watch Twilight in italian. it will be fun. ...
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Via Ondina 31, Chioggia | 2 star hotelfrom $121
Via Isamaor, 9 - Loc. Isola Verde, Chioggia | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Perottolo 30, Chioggia | 1 star hotelfrom $82
Via A. Barbarigo 133 - Loc. Sottomarina, Chioggia | Hotelfrom $78
Lungomare Adriatico 38, Chioggia | Hotelfrom $52