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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up to Daniella's and had a drink. She is still lovely. Home again and saw Simone. Paola came and we went for a drive to Castelfranco. Lovely town with the walls of the castle in the centre. We saw some Chanel no 5 and Paola and Grazie said we should try it out for Louise's sake. So we did.
Home again for dinner which Simone had cooked. Flavio brought Zia over, but then he went home because he had had a ...
... marbled paper, calligraphy equipment, feather fountain pens. Other stores do masks, these are often hand painted and bright or for special,occasions very fine lace designs with feathers, some bright, some dark and mysterious looking. A few puppets about too. Then there are also the numerous cafés, restaurants etc everywhere...yep certainly no MacDonalds or Burger King here....wouldn't be right. We went looking for a supermarket type ...
... do! We then caught a water bus to Murano Island, which is very quaint and lovely. Here we were bombarded with the extremes of Murano glass art, from the beautiful to the ugly and everything in between. Some gifts were purchased today and we bought a magnificent piece of Murano art, that will be delivered to us by the time we get home. We are both very excited about our purchase. The salesman gave me a necklace as a gift and he opened a a bottle of Prosecca and we drank from ...
... location right close to lots of the more famous attractions. The hotel manager Michelle was totally awesome! He gave us complimentary coffees when we arrived and took our bags. He informed us that they had decided to upgrade our room for us and that they would give us a complimentary drink later in the evening when we came back - love this guy.
Despite feeling a little groggy and dirty from the train we wanted to make the most of the time that we had in Venice. We ...
... bank of the island to the park at the end. The narrow streets were lined with cool nick-nack shops, mostly selling blown glass and carnival masks. There are a lot of tourists around but the city itself isn't as touristy as I expected. The shops are reasonably priced and the stuff being sold seems like good quality. All of the tourist traps in Paris and Rome were lined with cheap models of the Colosseum and Eiffel tower but Venice doesn't ...