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Today we got on the train at 7.30 in the morning and headed for Venice.we were so close to missing the train it wasn't funny! But we made it! Initially we were going to go straight to Venice and a enjoy our afternoon there however after a discussion yesterday we decided that we should spend a couple of hours in Florence on the way through. Florence …
... marching without so much as sideways glances. They all seemed liked they had to be elsewhere or perhaps wanted to catch the next Vaporetto to somewhere else. A shame I thought, too busy to appreciate real Venetians living their real lives!
For us, it was a leisurely stroll and checking out, well, not every shop but definitely the more interesting ones along our way.
By now we were peckish and so after perusing the menu displayed decided on one smallish ...
... Then stopped for lunch near the grand canal (trattoria Povaledo) and checked into our rooms. Lovely old hotel, we have a quiet room out the back on ground floor overlooking a court yard. Nice white linen, room is better than some we found out. Then took a cruise to the local glass factory to see Venetian glass being made. A glass blowing workshop on Giudecca Island. Even I enjoyed the demo, and the artisan works we viewed later were fantasy ...
... if they have gone from mood lighting to being able to see in the room, it's very funny. Sometimes you are ready to leave the room before it is light!
The floors are flat-ish compared to our floors in Nice. Our bedroom there dropped 25ch from one side of the room to the other with two legs of the bed built up with various sized blocks.
Bottom line, with all it's quirkinesses, we are enjoying Venice.
Phil- I lost a bottle of scotch tonight!
... bag and because I checked my bag the girls I was with knew a shortcut we could take so we bypassed the 1.5hr line! We could enter another doorway but they didn't tell us that, they knew from a book. A tour was going to start so we stayd for that which was really interesting. The ceiling is one massive gold mosaic and is really impressive. The guide explained the what the pictures were and the churches history. Then we got food - pizza. ...