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Andy decided,that we should start our day testing the walk from the hotel to,the Piazza Le Roma (bus station). He wanted to check if it would be easier to walk to the station, or if we would be better to take the Vaporetto. We did make it to the bus station, but what a walk? We got lost several times and there were many bridges to cross along the way - all the bridges had lots of steps up and an equal quantity down the other side - so not a great idea to ...
... in tact today as one of the most important museums in Italy.
Leaving the Guggenheim we walked down several shop laden streets towards Academia bridge. The Academia is one of the three major bridges that crosses the Grand Canal. Once over the Academia bridge we walked through the streets of San Marco District towards the Rialto Market in the San Polo District. Along the way we passed Santa Stefano church and San Salvador church, both ...
... on anyone's bucket list. Entering the Basilica, above the central portal is a gilded mosaic known as The Last Juidgement. Further above the central portal prancing on the balcony are the famous bronze Greek Horses. The Greek Horses were placed on the balcony in 1254 after being brought all the way from the Hippodrome of Constantinople, a feat that is difficult to imagine given the size and weight of the four bronze horses. Today the original four ...
... Naturally this isn’t wild camping territory and we ended up spending the night in a residential car park and had a Thai curry on one our hottest nights on the road.
Cinque Terre is supposed to be an easy day walk around the coast of 5 beautiful fishing villages according to our Italian Rough Guide book 2005, sadly as its 9 years later we weren’t expecting the fact that the ...
... do it as we serendipitously ended up at the wharf. Nice out at Murano; not so busy as Venice. Checked out the glass shops and Yvonne bought a few gifts. Very friendly staff; not too pushy. Had a drink at Acqua Tanca. Great nibbles (beautiful olives) and no dramas to bring us extra; all for a very reasonably priced Spritz and a wine.
Back on Venice island we did find the Jewish ghetto and walked ...