Park Hotel Annia
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Up at 4:50 to make sure I get to the bus stop in time to catch the bus to the airport. I really wanted to catch the water bus as the stop was closer but when I bought my ticket yesterday I forgot to specify water bus. Ended up with a ticket for the ground bus which just meant a bit further of a walk and the huge new bridge to carry my case over but hopefully this will be the last one. Actually got to the bus stop early enough to catch ...
... clear too. We left about 4.00pm and caught a ferry back via yet another route that we had not yet been on. It took us round the top side via the island where the Murano glass products come from. By the time we were back we felt we had seen as much of Venice as you could from the sea. Nice meal for tea but Karen was chucking up by mid night. It seems that she has an allergy to really yummy seafood dishes. In London she was crook after a seafood risotto and the same ...
... the islands of Murano, Burano and Lucello, we are treated to the amazing art of glass blowing and shaping. Silicon sands heated in 2000 plus degree Celsius then shaped while turning on a steel pole into all sorts of designs from animals to intricate chandeliers, beautiful.
* Aperto - Open
* Mare - Sea
* Piazza - square
* Mopeds really are a main mode ...
... we took are priceless.
After making our way back we changed for dinner. While normally Steve and I steer away from restaurants in the Lonely Planet book due to the Lonely Planet Curse, we decided to make an exception. It was far away from all of the tourist areas, but a 10 minute walk from our hotel. This could work. We arrived and were told that due to our lack of reservation, we could not dine there, ...
... on. Too bad I was only there for the day. Venice by night must be amazing.
The main square, Saint Mark’s, is a square to remember. Not just for the beautiful church that it contains but for the sheer number of people in it at once. The equivalent of the city’s population must be inside the square during the heat of midday, I couldn’t believe it. I wish I had it all to myself. The whole overcrowded ...