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After some present purchases we returned to St Mark’s Square (by now getting the hang of the map (like London Underground and Metro, it is not to scale by does a good job of laying out the locations and routes) After a fruitless (and cakeless) search for the place we had lunch yesterday which had a ...
... the buildings obscure all the sightlines.
After our time on top of the tower, we picked up some sandwiches at the "Bar al Camponile" (fitting!) and ate in the square. After that, we spent the afternoon just wandering around and enjoying the city. The girls spent a fair amount of time shopping in the many Murano glass boutiques and shops.
We picked ...
.....for my next visit. Take a tip from this now wise woman traveler: when using a "bra wallet" don't just fill it with cash and credit cards and your driver's license and then stuff it into the side of your bra! Unless you have larger boobs than me. In which case, they might hold it in naturally. Strap it to the bra-strap silly girl!
Not only did it fall out, but in the middle of the most ...
... of early Venice and established it as a republic and secular humanist state. They worked alongside councils of elders to rule the state. I toured through the palace which includes the Doge's apartments, council chambers, appeal courts and a prison. It was really gorgeous and the history of the place was amazing. By the time I emerged, it was midday and the crowds in San Marco Square were overwhelming. So I headed over to the Dorsoduro ...
Today wasn't everyones favourite day as Brace pulled up quite rough and Olz wasn't much better. I however, after a long shower and a massive breakfast at the all you can eat buffet was alright. By lunch time everyone was ready to get to Venice and boy were we excited. Walking over our first canal was something else, we walked around for a bit and took in the surroundings. There were so many bends and turns through narrow cobble stone streets, The tall ...