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... My final night, as I sat out in the courtyard listening to the water fountain trickle, watching late-night gondolas float by and sipping a glass of grappa, I knew I had experienced the Venice that I came to see – people and their passions, food and drink culture, various markets and small, hidden areas that tourists rarely see. Venice is truly a gem: full of life and excitement that can only truly be experienced without a map or a plan.
... quickly but we could not get the main door open. The lock was clicking and turning but we just couldn't open it. As luck would have it, a lady who lives in the building came home. She spoke some English thank god and let us in.
We ate our dinner, Mel took another bath and then I had my turn. My toes were wrinkled and frozen. It wasn't long before I started falling ...
... we walked past many shops, but the one that enticed us inside was the sweet shop with macaroons gracing the front counter. We may have walked out with a few less Euro in the pocket and a bag filled with colourful macaroons. Upon our arrival back at the hotel I hit the gym with a friend (this was our first hotel with a gym!) It was great to do some physical exercise other than walking. Dinner, oh dinner. To digress. I'm not sure if how tired we are getting is ...
Venice Day 2 We started our day around 8:30. We grabbed a small breakfast sandwich with two waters around the arsenale stop to share at the beginning of our morning. We walked to St. Marco Square and started our exploration at the Doge's Palace. Absolute beauty with amazing paintings, architecture, statues, and history dating back to the early 1500's. Really indescribable. Dome ceilings, gold leaf paintings, and massive amounts of detail. We got in trouble for taking pictures ...
... I heard
Simon and this guys wife laughing behind me.... HOW EMBARRASSING! They
made it into a big joke though, made me feel better. They were
Americans. It was actually pretty funny, I felt so ridiculous! I saw
them again later in a shop and the man said, "now I'm in
Blue, yours is in white stripes ok!" (Referencing Simons striped shirt). So that was pretty funny. Awkward!!! Another
highlight of Murano was walking past factories where you could poke ...