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... family, and we are told it was once the biggest (and certainly the most ornate) flour mill in Europe.
Today as a hotel it's a confusing rabbit warren of interconnected buildings, with only two redeeming features as far as we were concerned- firstly the canal side restaurant terrace beside what passes in Venice for the motorway- a huge ...
... Also, the Jewish Ghetto in Italy was the first in the world. It has a lot of history and demonstrates how the Jews were kept poor and treated poor in the society. In Venice you will never run out of buildings or streets to explore. Just walking the streets kept me intrigued and I felt like I was in an Italian love story, well without the love part. The canals were my favorite part of the city so for Venice I'll say I left a lot of wet footsteps in the city.
... but then again I have to realize how lucky I am to be able to go to so many incredible places on this experience at the same time.
We found out our Canadian friends, Miranda and Daniel, would be in Rome the next day, as were we, so we said goodbye for the evening, got early rest and got onto our 8am bus the next day to one of the most historical cities in the world.
Stay tuned for my blog post about our visit to Rome!
... Some of the items were interactive and it was fun to try them out. There was even an early diving suit he had created!
All of this is pretty amazing for someone born in the 1400's!
After going through his inventions and looking at his drawings, we perused some of the paintings that were also on exhibit in the Scuola. As we left, there was a man outside playing music. It was a beautiful day and we ...
... 8217;s who drive these things – they are very skilful at avoiding crashes! We also saw a gondola with a singer romantically serenading a couple with Italian classics like “o’ solo mio”. It was hard not to join in the singing with my Pavarotti impression but I decided not to spoil their moment!
We were really enjoying our day in Venice, it was more impressive than and not as busy as we expected. ...