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... on lace. Mum bought a table cloth, ok maybe two but they were beautiful. We went back to the dock were the boat was waiting and I heard a lady saying she was from.... LISMORE!!! So I casually walked up to her and said " sorry did you say you were from Lismore" she said yes and I said " I'M FROM LISMORE TOO"!!!! We started taking and mum and dad was wondering who was Ashleigh talking to so they came over and we all had a massive talk about ...
... the word comes from the word fondazione that refers to the foundations of the buildings that are located exactly along the bank of a small canal.
Ghebbo – a small and not deep canal that is unsuitable for navigation and is usually used to regulate the tides.
Piscina – a small basin of water that was later filled up with earth making up a campo or piazza.
Ponte – ...
... the next to the many many bridges that you cross over the canals. Venice is magical. Even just standing at the kitchen window watching others go about there business brings happiness.
St Marks square - The architecture is amazing and each building beautiful in it's own way. So many tourists packed in and wondering around taking in the beauty of the square.
The Campanile - We love The bell tower which was 300 feet to ...
At the end of stage four of our bike trip (Bassano to Treviso), we made two trips into the old town of Treviso. One trip was a walk from our hotel to find a restaurant for dinner and the second was the next morning on our way out of town and on to our last day of riding to Mestre. We'll include all the old town pictures here. Treviso is considered a 'little Venice' due to all the canals that run through the city. It's ...
... out local points of interest (Marco Polo's house, Casanova's house, etc.), then we head back towards the centre for the Grand Canal. This section of the canal is picturesque but pleasingly quiet, and after a photo opportunity we complete the round trip and pay up: at a city-mandated standard price of €80 it's not something we'll be doing more than once, but definitely worth it for the experience. Next on our itinerary is a ...