Il Mercante di Venezia
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... after about 50 or so streets of all sizes and a good hours walk from the restaurant I was back at the main bus depot and ready to board my bus back to the hotel.
Today had suppose to be a relaxing day off but it was far from that.
Finally back at the hotel and now it sure was time to relax.
Venice had been a great experience and was certainly much more than I ever expected.
Tomorrow its onto the ferry and down the Adriatic sea to ...
... top of the tower at San Marco. You can see full views of the Venice island. Then we went on a gondola :) i loved it. The man pointed things out to us, like Marco Polos old place. I love the old houses with their little flower boxes out the front. The gondola man told us his generation cant afford to live on the island so they live on the mainland. Ant and me then went and booked our train to florence for monday. And then found a dinner place to have some more pasta. ...
... they chuck in a water taxi ride. Hmmmm Stefano has to ask one of the pretty boys to get us a taxi and refuses to pay, as this is "complimentary" from the hotel. Tight **** Aussie's Abroad. The chap calls a taxi for us and we set sail for home on a beautiful wooden motor boat, very nice boat, this guy has even less English than the first one. The ride is about half the time and he lets us out somewhere else ... If there is such a thing as a back canal, this is ...
... on a cruise ship waiting for your tag color to be called is a backpack with PJs, a toothbrush, iPad, phone, some cords, and a book, it takes little time to get ready in the morning. We sat on the deck at breakfast waiting for our color to be called...and it never was. Before getting to orange they announced that all colors had been called and everyone remaining should head to deck 7 to debark. All the oranges 1, 2, and 3, headed to the gangway. (I'm assuming 1 and 2 existed because ...
... of Burano, famous for its hand lacemaking and for its brightly-coloured fisherman's houses.
Our last day and probably the hottest, though every day has been intense heat as Venice is also very humid, like most locals we spent time trying to escape the heat! We then took to the water in the early evening, with a private water taxi for a Grand Canal cruise, a great way to see Venice from the water and get a totally different perspective.