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TripAdvisor Reviews Mediterraneo Jesolo Lido
Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... would drive us to the museum. They were so kind and lovely. Surprisingly they also owned a B&B (bed and breakfast) place in which we wanted to go to one day. When we arrived at the museum they were so kind, gave us a kiss and then continued on. After this lovely experience we went into the museum. As we looked around it was kind of cool, but quite small at the same time. We then realised that the museum had only about 20 cars in it. It was ...
... and scarf. I have been wearing my gloves in the evening as we walk through the allies. There are no automobiles or bicycles on the island, People walk or take the water bus. Ash has been absolutely wonderful in navigating through allies and water ways. She has a great sense of direction and is not afraid of getting lost... I am quite the opposite. We rarely hear English here, mostly ...
This morning we took a boat to one of the islands to a Murano glass factory where they demonstrated the art of blowing glass and we saw some beautiful glass products. It was amazing to see how quickly the artist turned a lump of hot glass into a beautiful piece of art such as a vase or a glass figurine. Wandering through the showroom it felt more like an art gallery than a store. Next we headed down to Piazza San Marco it ...
... the lagoon.
When we got back to the ship, we headed straight to the buffet for a late dinner before heading to bed to recover for another half day in Venice tomorrow.
The profession gondoliers of Venice are members of an exclusive guild. A rigorous exam must be taken. It includes Venetian history, foreign language skills and practical oaring manoeuvres. It is mainly a male profession, with the first female gondolier only being certified in August ...
... it was nasty, but I think maybe somehow it was just the orange stuff and no prosecco? So I decided to try again, and yes! It was super yummy! :) we sent the kids with the soccer ball under the thing where the fish market usually is, and we stood nearby and had our spritzes. The guys had the one made with Campari instead of aperol, which was more bitter. Yuck, I did not like that one at all. Well, next thing we see, the ball is in the canal, so mark and sebastiano go over and ...