IQs Charming House
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... to ward off low flying aircraft.
We crossed the wooden
Accadamia bridge and continued through the thronging streets to St
Mark's Square where we only paused briefly, now in search of the Hard
Rock Café. Located one street behind the square, we enjoyed a
Caesar Salad and emerged into the darkness into the St Mark's Square.
Neither of us were particularly impressed with it, ...
... Passed a street that at one point turned into a canal that looked very interesting. When we got back to the area near the Piazza San Marcos, what a change! Place was packed, people standing in long lines to got inside the church and other places. The Rialto bridge was equally crowded and you had to watch for the person stopping to take pictures and blocking the path.
Still all very interesting especially watching the ...
... on our right as we sped along past ancient hill towns. We arrived on the Venice mainland and between my iPad map and Jackie's Garmin, we found the home of our new airbnb apt. landlord. Daniela is really sweet and kind; she has bus tickets for us and accompanies us on the bus for the 30 min. bus ride and then walk to the apt. She is learning English, so communication is limited, but we all make it work. We love the apt. It is spacious, clean and well equipped. It is down an alley, ...
... basic greeting of chow & then ask if they speak English & which way to go. The locals wash the cobblestones outside their doors & their washing is strung on lines across the canals or off their balcony. I buy souvenirs on the way back to San Marco & look at many shops & take many photos of canals & bridges. We wander lost in the maze of Venice for hours. It's hot, our feet are walked off, so after buying a ...
Another day, another delicious breakfast with Luisa, then off to Venice by bus yet again. We retraced some of our tour from yesterday, doing some browsing in the shops as we went. We went through the Jewish area again. They were not able to build a Synagogue so they used to meet in the building with the 5 green windows. Another thing that is prevalent here are the Venetian face masks. They are everywhere. ...