Relais Le Betulle
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... glance. We had to return to the reality of our last night on board and the mundane chores of packing and organising our visit to Robert's cousins who live near Venice, in a small town called Paese which is just outside the walled city of Treviso. This meant a quick race down to the free wifi at the entrance of the terminal with our computer and iPad at 10:30 pm. Luckily Robert can speak Italian, so the username and password did not remain a mystery. Tomorrow organised off to ...
... We had another night in Venice in a different area, just behind San Marco. A lovely family run small B&B, had a pizza for dinner from the restaurant next door and our last ice cream from the corner. We then wandered into San Marco to have our last look around and back home to bed.
Next morning was a travel day. We had a short walk to the Rialto Bridge where Mike and Jen got a Vaporetto to the main Bus Terminal to go to Trevisso ...
... the men and the creations they were making, unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos of the glass blowing. As we moved to the centre of town more and more shops appeared all selling glass creations, most stocked similar goods, but many specialized in a particular look or colour. One very distinguished shop only stocked black and white glass pieces. The main street had a canal running through it and the ...
The Peggy Guggenheim museum was our next stop, welll worth a visit, even for a
non-lover of Modern Art like me and one of the reasons is that it is in an old Palazzo (Palace) on the Grand Canal and the other is the sculpture garden. Paintings include ones from Pollock, Dali
and Kadinsky to name but a few…. Look out for the grave of Peggy Guggenheim who is buried in the garden with her dogs.
... and set up glass furnaces in England and the Netherlands. Orignally all the Venetian glassblowers lived in actual Venice, but in 1921 they had to leave for Murano because of the risk of fires. Murano’s glassmakers held a monopoly on high-quality glassmaking for
centuries, developing or refining many technologies including
crystalline glass, enameled glass (smalto), glass with threads of gold (aventurine), multicolored ...