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... one can observe glass blowing. All very interesting with dozens of shops selling anything from glass beads to artistic pieces costing thousands of dollars. Eventually headed back to Venice and a well earned glass of wine. Dinner and a last walk around Piazza San Marco admiring the buildings lit up at night and listening to and enjoying the live music playing out in the square . All very romantic and picturesque. Tomorrow ...
... 2 drinks!!! We were warned of the restaurants that had PH next to the fish. If the menu had fish at 15 Euro next to it and then PH in tiny letters, it meant 15 Euro per 100 grams!!!
We were very lucky that breakfasts for the hotel were served right on the Grand Canal. Water was lapping at the very edge of the tables. It was an amazing setting to have breakfast as the sun came up over the boats. It was so beautiful and I felt so sad at leaving.
... br> Next plan is to find our way to the jewellery shop, and then the Gondola lesson which doesn't start to 5:00pm. Plenty of time :)
3rd & final finding of the shop !
We are so cool, we found our little shop. It is such a tiny shop, The owner, his wife Steve and I , that fills the shop. We joked about our journey to find this place with the owner, he laughed and did remember us the day before. His work was still Murano glass, but ...
... was really pretty and the ride was really good especially as it was mostly in the shade. It was quite peaceful with just the noise of water splashing and people chatting. It didn't go for very long though which was a bit disappointing but apart from that I really enjoyed it. For tea that night we found a cafe around the corner from our hotel and I had good old Italian food. Pasta! I ordered ravioli, it was delicious and filled me up just ...
... thinking about setting off for a relaxing stroll home, but it seemed like treats kept appearing at our table. One of the waiters brought us another limoncello, and the owner brought us two small dishes of refreshing limon sorbet. Suddenly, the waiters all busted out into a choral singing of Elvis' Suspicious Minds. We complimented the owner on the entertainment, and before we knew it, the "lead singer" (aka the off-shift employee who was celebrating his birthday ...