BEST WESTERN Park Hotel Continental
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... different and had a lovely day. A glass blowing place on Murano island offered hotel patrons a free water taxi service to the island to see glass blowing, we asked about this as we were leaving the hotel this morning only to find there was a taxi leaving in 10 minutes. We were met at the back door of our hotel and stepped straight onto the boat - we were the sole occupants and travelled via canals and then some open water across to the ...
... I'd been rather short-sighted, as instead of just 2 simple cops, there was actually an entire bridge full of a complete gun and shield-equipped SWAT team. The officer, upon hearing where we needed to go, gave an abrupt laugh and told me 'no.' As in, 'don't go there. Just wait a few hours'. I tried explaining to him that we had to meet our bus and didn't have hours to spare, but all he could tell me was 'no. There are riots, the fascists and the anarchists, ...
Our earliest start yet at 7.30am. Surely will be coming home for a holiday! These early starts are a killer.
Left Munich for Innsbruck in Austria and a short stop to look at Swarvovsky crystal and time to look around the town. Unfortunately its raining so on with the wet weather jacket and trousers and out into the rain. The views as we left Innsbruck and went up through the mountains and down to Venice were stunning, even through the mist and low cloud.
on into Venice and ...
... to go up to the Rialto Bridge. The boat was a mad crush, but luckily we wheedled our way into a good position right by the entrance to the boat and had a good view as we wound our way up the canal. We got off and walked the back streets, stopping for a sit down for a drink. It was hot! I still couldn't resist looking in jewellery shops; Lyn was so patient,and I got myself a cheaper glass pendant as well.
We thoroughly enjoyed wandering the back streets. It ...
Today we visited Bologna on our way to Venice; an interesting city with a different architecture to the other cities we have been to so far with red brick replacing marble as the building material of choice. Bologna (or "the fat") is best known for it's fresh produce and left wing politics. We visited an old university and sat in an amazing timber lined lecture theatre where the study of anatomy began. After lunch we travelled further north to the port city of Venice. On arrival ...