Il Mercante di Venezia
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... We took a lot if photos here. The third Island was Torcello. Torcello had a very old church on it and was more rural and hardly inhabited. It was lovely to walk around looking at the countryside. We returned to San Marco Square and changed water taxi to go along the Grand Canal and under the Rialto Bridge. It was good to see Venice from the water as it was another ...
... aware of the guys who want to help you with your suitcase and then want payment. They are very clever at picking out the tourists. So both Gary and I said an emphatic 'NO' and he moved on.
Our train trip to Venice went well, it is a fast train and took approximately 2 hours. When we came into Venice it was starting to get dark. Finding our hotel in the dark is going to be interesting. We needed to get a water taxi first which we were able to find but the trip was about half ...
... Lightbulb! Jermaine had an idea. We taped together some paper placemats from the restaurant and cut out eye slits and labelled ourselves "The Kelly Gang". We returned to the party and everyone was amused as we enjoyed the evening.
The night was getting on and we were all exhausted from travel and laughter. We decided to bail after agreeing to tour the city of Venice the following day together. The rain had started to fall heavily and we were concerned that Ben was ...
... and who do we see, our waiter, down about three shops getting cigarettes at another store...he told us again the instructions, we thanked him and this time, we made it to the hotel!
What a great farewell dinner! And the best part, rained too ********ight to do the gondola, Don said he and Cindy will have to come back!
Buonanotte, and we will see you on the other side of the pond late tomorrow.
Love to all,
Mary, Dar, Don and Cindy
... kinds of boats, water taxis, big boats, small boats, and the infamous... Gondolas.After spending my first few hours basking in the glory of Piazza San Marco, the iconic square in the city, I walked around with some Italian gelato melting down the cone and onto my fingers as I captured pictures of the horizon as well as smaller 'alleyways' that led back into the city. (The square was on an exterior end). A walk to the right from exiting San Marco, and ...
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