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... down the grand canal. After seeing several amazing sites along the canal we got off the vaperetto and saw the Rialto bridge. While it was amazing to see, it was filled with tourist trap stores. We decided to walk home and that was the best decision of the day as we found several small boutiques and gelato shops. Darlene found a nice jewelry shop and found something ... It looks nice! Rowan managed to find ...
... also grapes. It is a huge garden, which anyone can walk around and look at. It is next to a steeple that used to be part of a convent. Burano was also worth seeing. Stacks of coloured houses and shops. Apparently if you want to paint your house a bright colour you have too seek government approval before doing so. And we thought Australia was over regulated! Burano has its very own leaning tower - see photo. which was propitious, as we ...
... canals would make bikes a little inconvenient. All deliveries, mail, and garbage is transported by carts. St. Marks cathedral was unlike any cathedral we have ever seen before. The entire cathedral is filled with mosaics and marble. We also visited a small island beside Venice called Murano. They are known for their glass blowing for centuries (passed down in families). We were able to watch them create a beautiful, multi-colored ...
... of America in Italy. Our room has ESPN and Grant finds a football game. First thing we do is take a swim on the rooftop pool that looks out over Venice. Almost worth the $$$$ . The pool is full of people talking english in rich american accents We miss the privacy of our own language.
We take the Hilton shuttle boat to the other side. Anne finds a dockside restaurant that our now good friend Rick Steves has suggested. It's full so it must ...
... able to actual touch these pieces of ancient history makes one feel alive and thankful for the opportunity as a student of history.
Lunch at Trattoria da Nino
Soon the pizza from the Rialto Bridge was wearing off and our legs began to tire. We sought out sandwich row behind San Marco’s which is recommended in the travel guide as a cheap place to eat. We stopped at Trattoria da Nino, a restaurant on the Sestiere Castello walkway. The rain began ...