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Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
My next destination was the Rialto Bridge, I had been avoiding this crazy busy area & braced myself for the tourist crowds. Walked passed the famous outdoor fish market, but of course, it was closed. Before the bridge the street was lined with an outdoor market, the stalls were filled with Venetian masks (which I find creepy), t-shirts, leather goods, jewelry. I stopped & bought a Murano necklace for Amelia, this is a test ...
... But after looking at the long queues to go into the Basilica and the museums, we decided to give them a miss. We have seen lots of churches and old stuff. Liz decided we needed to tick the Rialto bridge off the list of must see things, so after getting lost again, we finally found our way there. It is a bit uninspiring as you walk directly onto it because there are shops on both sides and ...
... when I asked them to spell it....he says he knew what they were saying all along. Then Greg got explaining cricket (the game), and because the terms were so unknown to me, I got giggly and told him I was pretty sure he had been speaking Harry Potter....John was embarrassed about that, too....I had the BEST time. They seemed to as well. They both had books that they never read a word of. Greg loves to read James Bond books....much better than the movies he says...and when he said ...
We left this morning at 9.30am to visit these islands. The first one (Murano) is known for its first class glass manufacturing. We watched them make a vase & a horse at the factory which was fascinating especially the speed in which they made these. Then visited the shop - the most beautiful glasswares and jewellery but very expensive. We then went on ...
... though, we can here the birds and boats on the Grand Canal. Big bathroom with lovely big bath and bidet of course. Had a rest before we went out to find dinner. Had a huge pizza and bruschetta. Sue had a glass of white wine and I had a nice red. Surprisingly she didn't fall in the canal on the way home. But as I rely on Sue to navigate we did get a little lost. We probably needed a walk as we had been sitting on the bus and train for a many hours today. Fell into bed ...