Il Mercante di Venezia
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... Laurie and Di went on a mystery walking tour through the Cannaregio district. We learned about many legends, usually deaths, that happened years ago. We saw St Michael's Island across the water where all Venitians are buried. We learned that Venice is made up of over 138 islands, everytime you go over a little bridge it is a separate island. We were on our feet for over 10hrs today, so when we went to bed the bottoms of our feet ...
Well we arrived in Venice on a somewhat foggy morning, things cleared as the day progressed.
We did not take any tours our goal today was to explore the Rialto Bridge, canals and the labyrinth of streets in the city.
A gondola ride was among the requests for our party which we did. Not cheap at all, but worth it.
Some shopping was in order for some Murano glass and whatever suited some of the others fancies.
... from her walk to the bus station that morning and we made our way past the deserted soccer field with the rickety fence and the dark underground tunnel in a few minutes. We were back and all went well in the end. Perhaps more interesting than all of this was the full-on dance party occurring at the Plus Camping Jolly bar. Not that this is uncommon. It was just the first time we had been around for it. I fully plan on participating in one at Plus Camping Roma. Until the next ...
... another Ferry took us to an Island nearby called ISOLA di MURANO. on it was a glass blown factory which they demonstrated their glass blown skills. The sales associate who walked us through the demonstration was what I classify as a modern European Hercules. Blue eyes, punk type of hairstyle that was gelled to perfection (not too much Gel but enough to look classy), hipster black squared frame glasses, strong jaw and huge wingspan, super tall.......ANYWAYS) SUPER HOT, buttttt alas ...
... from Michigan, Carol from Toronto and us. Upon our arrival at the hotel, we had a wonderful surprise; Sabine and Toni (our friends from Germany) were waiting outside for us! We were so happy to see them again. We managed to get everyone’s luggage into storage, as our rooms were not ready. Then, we all made plans for the day; five of planning to take the train into Venice and Carol was going to wait for Lonnie to ...
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