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... to let the groups go by while we continued admiring the interior.
Afterwards we headed off by vaporetto to the island of Murano which is known for its glass making shops. We didn’t get to see any glass being blown which was too bad, but we had a great time wandering through all the shops. Each shop has slightly different products ranging from vases to light fixtures to jewelry to animal figurines. We went in to tons of shops hunting for just the right thing to ...
... there and was grunted in another direction to a third booth where I finally received a map. First impressions count, and this was decidedly lackluster.
We went through the gate and entered the ruins proper. It is amazing to imagine that all of this remained hidden underground for around 1,500 years. Pompeii was destroyed in AD79 when Vesuvius erupted, blanketing the city in ash. Modern thinking is that most of the townsfolk died during the initial explosion; when ...
... and April to stay in September. I had forgotten to bring the name, but thought it would stick out. No go, but we saw one in the distance that might have been it.
We were close to the ghetto area, and came across a famous kosher restaurant called Gam Gam. Stopped for an enjoyable lunch. Then hit the kosher bakery for a couple of hamantashen. We saw so many neat things, almost like being in Jerusalem. We were able ...
... the islands or on foot, where the islands are connected by little foot bridges. But even if you're on foot, Venice is very easy to get around.
We were taken for a stroll through the back streets, which is my favourite thing to do, because it really gives you a feel for a place and what it's really like, and not what the tourist industry WANTS you to think it's like. Venice, without tourists is eerily quiet and peaceful, ...
... We spent 2 hours and probably walked 6-7 miles with Roberta.She is Jewish .One of only 400 Jewish residents on the island. She is a wealth of information.Ask her about the history of Venice and she is there with the answer.I am going to let Meghan take over from here.Ina, I just want to thank you for the purse that sits right under my arm at all times.What a relief that is.I leave the rest to Meghan.
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking