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... We started to look for food. We assumed the further inwards we walked into Venice, the cheaper it would be. We were right. We found a restaurant about 10 minutes from the touristy area. It was called Agli Artisti. We walked in and were surprised! The restaurant was decorated so…. VENICEY! :D The ceiling was lined with fishing nets, vines and grapes. Shells, fairy lights and masks decorated the room. Davide and I looked at each other with big grins on our faces! We were seated at ...
... we were almost there, we headed back to our cabin to gather our daypack and wait for the announcement that we could disembark for the afternoon. We had purchased water taxi passes through the ship which permitted us return shuttle service to and from the ship to St. Mark's Square. We were fortunate enough to get one of the first taxis, and were in St. Mark's Square within thirty minutes of disembarking the ship. It was another scorcher of a day, ...
... the fish nibble off the dead skin. It was freaky at first because I was holding my feet over the aquarium and the fish were jumping up like they were so excited to bite into me. Then they swarm you and it is ticklish, but you get used to it. After ten minutes I was ready to walk another 5 miles. Now my feet feel smooth. So after 6 miles of walking and a few breaks in between ( our last authentic Italian lunch - pizza and salad) we headed out for the ...
... went to the Doge's Palace. It had lots of gold paint (with real gold) and paintings on the roof, and I really enjoyed it. We also saw the prison and the armoury, both of which were really cool.
Next we went to the Basilica of Saint Mark. It was quite similar to other cathedrals we had seen, but it had an amazing artwork with lots of gold and precious stones.
Next we climbed up a bell tower, and we had amazing views over the city. The best part of that was when the ...
... s because we discovered at the Poazzo's Cafe that Venice Restaurants charges a service charge (12-15%) plus a cover charge! Our canal restaurant had no cover change and not very good food -- you get what you pay for in a big city! That's the reason we like the smaller cities! Gary is still all blocked up with sinus congestion. The OTC melds are not helping -- will go to the Pharmacia ...