Venice Hotel Villa Dori
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... br> ghetto. Very run down buildings. We noticed a few kosher signs and
Jewish people around. Never been anywhere like that before. Very
interesting place. We continued walking through the ghetto walking down
random streets and going over bridges. We didn't really care about
directions or maps. Just walked. Saw some street that looks nice - we go
down it. We sat on a bridge in the shade and watched this boat garage
crane a boat down Into the water. ...
... which meant the streets and squares were crowded with people, many wearing masks. There were a lot of people in elaborate costumes walking around slowly, many people wanting to pose with them or take photos.
Had a few activities planned for the morning. First up was a glass blowing demonstration. I have to admit I was a bit sceptical about going to this but it was amazing seeing them make a horse out of a burning piece ...
... the prettiest church in Venice and is made completely of marble. Some of the group had sung in it on choir tour, which was a nice memory and we spent a quiet half an hour enjoying the cool and quiet of the church. It was ice cream time afterwards and we had a successful shopping trip after and managed to find Aurelia's birthday present! After a short trip back to the hostel, we had yet more pasta and pizza for dinner before enjoying ...
... it seemed only an arms-length away from our ship. In all honesty we walked for a long time without many clear and direct instructions to get us where we needed to go…it was very hot too but we did finally arrive at the correct destination and left our luggage at the drop off zone before making our way to Terminal 108 at which time things started getting very exciting. We needed to check in and sign forms etc.
We finally left 'customs' and made the ...
... those with you. After we finished our tour of the Grand Canal we made a stop at the Benedictine monastery San Giorgio Maggiore and went to the top of the bell tower for a panoramic view of Venice and the lagoons. What a wonderful view we had. We then made a short visit to the church itself. San Giorgio Maggiore is unique in Venice in the fact that it was not built in the familiar gothic style which most European ...