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... man who gave the impression that he knew justs about everything that was to be known about Venice and Italy but in a funny way he was also quite open and honest about the failings and corruption inherent in Italian society. He guided us through the small streets and interesting places in this area of Venice and explained some very interesting facts about this quaint place. For example, Venice has no dogs, no buses, it regards ...
We all agreed to explore Venice on our own today...there is so much to see and we only had one full day to visit and/or re-explore this historical and infamous city.
Mick and Cathy saw the Azamara Quest coming into port on the main lagoon across from St Mark's Square and the the Bridge of Sighs...looking forward to boarding tomorrow!
We met for cocktails early evening (a re-occurring theme throughout the trip). Our waiter suggested a local ...
... mosaics, plaster carvings, and song books from the 14th century.
I noticed more people using cameras, so I indiscreetly took more myself of the lower levels of the church.
We then headed to the Santa Maria Della salute church (St Mary of health). It was built in the 1600's as an offering to keep people safe from the plague.
The church is a recognizable landmark at the entrance of the Grand Canal.
Did we do a ...
... Mountains…not the most direct route but worth the extra time that it takes.
We put on our Tetris hats again with Miss Sheerhorn, Mr Wanstall and Mrs Maguire taking the lead. Once again our driver didn’t have much of a clue how efficiently and systematically the bus needed to be packed in order to fit everything in…but again the puzzle was solved and we were on our way.
Leaving the centre of Florence at 8am is ...
The ship docked in Venice this morning and we woke all woke up early to watch the ship sail into port - I sat out on my verandah in my robe and blanky. We signed up for a round trip transfer, where we had to catch a water bus to the pier near St. Marks Square. Venice was absolutely crazily packed with tourists - which I was disappointed to see - this isn't even suppose to be peak season! I would hate to see it then. The streets had character ...