San Lio Tourist House
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... I was stopping myself from falling out! We got out on the other side and as the gondola was going back across to pick up more people this guy in a boat stopped and was yelling at one of the gondola guys and waving this piece of metal around in the air, the gondola guy was looking at him like he had no idea what was going and the guy just kept yelling and getting closer to the gondola and then hit the guy with the piece of metal!! Then just drove off and parked in front of ...
... following the route we'd marked on the map. With plenty of time to time to spare we reached the starting location and took cover in the shade as I was already dripping from the heat! During the walk we had stopped in a couple of shops and I bought a traditional Venitian mask which is really beautiful, I just need to find a masquerade ball to wear it to now! At 11 we started the free walking tour around the city. I really enjoyed this, mainly because they took us to ...
...got their share from us today !
Had another good night's sleep, however no hot water meant Ken had a cold shower. After contacting the owners, Ken managed via phone instructions to get the boiler working again and I had a hot shower. We headed out to the local square to look at some murals dedicated to the memory of Venetian Jews lost in the holocaust. Our apartment is in the Jewish Quarter evidenced by ...
... I am rather chuffed about this as I feel I have come to know old John in his Camel hair coat, as we have seen so many art works and frescos of him. San Zaccaria was founded in the 9th century.
There is a section we can go to for 2 euros each, the money goes to restoration. It goes to the right of the main church, so the right hand of the cross if you like. Inside this room is the historical section containing the thrones and chairs of the ...
... noticed a sign for the famous Rialto Bridge so we trekked thru more city streets for about 20 minutes to get there.
All along the way more shops, restaurants, bistros, pizza and gelato stores. We've been on the island a short time and already had the best pizza and gelato of all time.
Tomorrow we tour Doges Palace