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... and packing for the last three weeks, that wasn't an appealing option - we ended up deciding to make the best of it.
We were excited to meet up with D&E at our arranged meeting spot under the clock tower in St. Mark's square. The alleyways, bridges, and canals make it none to easy to find locations. I had a map app that got us to the square after passing right by D&E's hotel. It was good to see them and we did some exploring of the square ...
... must be our door and after another 30 minutes of trudging we found out it was our doors. Venice does not number sequently or use proper street names so finding anything is difficult. You see lots of people walking with suitcases and maps looking very bewildered. After we were settled we walked around. Such a beautiful city. We had dinner at a small restaurant not ...
... structure. It still stands today.
* St Marks Square - the Piazza
* Rialto District The birthplace of Venice and, for centuries, its financial and commercial district. We crossed the Rialto Bridge which has shops on both sides.
* Gondola workshop - seeing where they make boats by hand. There are only 2 gondola workshops left in Venice where they still make the boats by hand! Each gondolier owns their own boat but ...
... outbreak of the plague - in English, the translation is Saint Mary of Good Health. Once we've spent a few minutes admiring the view at the point, we backtrack to Ponte del Accademia in what is now blistering heat.
After a fairly ordinary lunch and very poor service at a restaurant in the square near the bridge, we head off to find Ponte di Rialto, the Rialto Bridge. We know we're close when we encounter several walking ...
... around the alleyways and shops, ending up in the Castello district past St. Mark's. After reading about a tiny hole-in-the-wall pasta place - Alfredo's, that serves cheap and delicious freshly made pasta in takeaway boxes, Bernard navigated us there and we had an early dinner chowing down on awesome linguine while sitting on the steps of a ...