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We slept until almost 11 AM today because we were so exhausted and got up and went searching for a place to eat We walked almost 50 miles today and probably one of the things that was highlighted was how bad the food was and absolutely how overloaded the amount of people there were We walked around and got lost a few times and ...
... we spent doing a lot of the tourist things. We did a gondola ride and had a look around San Marco Square and inside the church. Everything was covered in gold! You could see how it could be pretty but it was a bit much I think. We had a look in some of the shops and by the time we had come back into San Marco Square it had flooded. The square was knee deep in canal water. The guy on the gondola had warned us it was going to happen and had also said the high tides were ...
... be served you needed to get an electronic number. With the instructions being in Italian, it was only because Mum had recognised the word for stamp, that we were able to press the right button and end up at the correct window. After a wait that felt like a life time, we were served and then merrily back on our way.
A couple of photos at the square and then it was time to walk back to the Rialto Bridge to catch the water bus back ...
... Tuesday the 27th, the Seals hope to get an early start to San Marco for their visit to St Mark’s Basilica followed by a tour Palazzo Querini Stanpalia, one of our Untours host’s “must sees” and finally, a visit to the Accademia. That will essentially conclude our visit to Venice. Wednesday am, a water taxi will meet us at 630 am to take us to the train station to travel to Lacarno, Switzerland for our second Untour week.
... had given me a second wind! Not even bothering to unpack, I left to explore. Venice with all of its winding streets and alleys and bridges seems like an easy place to get lost—so I took pictures of everything along the way, in case I needed to follow them to get back—ha! It’s actually not that difficult to find your way around—everything seems to eventually lead back to a main street. And the signage is pretty good—as long as you know where you ...