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... breakfast. We got the boys a gelati and we had coffee at a nice cafe on the edge of the main square. We decided to keep going rather than stay for an early lunch and made good time to Venice. We arrived at the San Lucia train station with hundreds of others and queued up for the San Marco garage to park the car. We quickly got our only suitcase out of the boot and left the rest of our luggage to the luggage-safety-gods and headed to find ...
Today was a day for getting my bearings and getting my vaporetta and tourist passes. Wandered down through the old ghetto and found what must be the safest location for a coffee and a meal, the synagogue and kosher restaurant, which had its own military guard station. I can only assume they have their own 'Nigel Farage' & worse. Visited the Ca d'oro palace with a fine collection of early art, lost count of the number of madonnas sans/con child. The museum does have a ...
... cheese cream inside. You split it open and the mozzarella kind of oozes out - it was perfetto! We also had octopus salad, which led to P and I reminiscing about our Greece trip a couple years prior and the yummy grilled octopus we'd had. This was C's first octopus and she gamely tried it (and liked it). Of course, there were spritzs!
After lunch, we decided Santa Maria Gloriosa dei Friari was an important enough ...
... get the water taxi to one of the other islands just off the 'mainland'. Paul decided he was going to read the map, so off we went! There was no scale on the map so we just tried to orientate using the road/bridge signs. This was not going well at all. A few times we walked down a road/street and thinking we knew where we were, turned up in a completely different place. Occasionally going down deserted roads and ending ...
... though it was a bright afternoon, we could still see the screen perfectly. The rest of the afternoon is spent getting ready for our second formal night. We are going to go to dinner at 6.00, so hopefully there will not be too much of a queue. Just after midnight we will be passing Gallipoli but of course it will not be visible. We are due to arrive in Istanbul about 8.30 tomorrow, where we have a full day of ...