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... most of our time in galleries. So many different glass pieces were overwhelming - not just the chandeliers but very small to very large animals, jewellery, boats, birds, tableware, etc., of unlimited sorts, but no photos were allowed indoors anywhere. We finished at Murano with a glass blowing demo where the master blower created a vase in 2 minutes and then a small horse in the same time. Pity the horse fell of the bench and smashed on the floor ...
... are constructed on closely spaced wooden piles. Most of these piles are still intact after centuries of submersion. The foundations rest on the piles, and buildings of brick or stone sit above these footings. The piles penetrate a softer layer of sand and mud until they reach a much harder layer of compressed clay. •Submerged by water, in oxygen-poor conditions, wood does not decay as rapidly as on the surface. •Most of these piles ...
... lucky enough to get a gondolier who spoke perfect English. He took is into all the little canals and explained many of the buildings to us. It was peaceful and romantic and thoroughly enjoyable.
We had previously made a reservation for a seafood restaurant back over at Fondamente Novo, but really couldn’t be bothered going back there. We ended up having dinner at a little trattoria named ...
... cookies with a glass of milk, James!). All free. Breakfasts range from omelettes to eggs benedict (7 different ways), cereals, yoghurt and fruit to a full fry-up, and cholesterol inducers like hash browns, streaky bacon, pancakes, French toast and every imaginable type of pastry, bread, bagel, roll and muffin, all cooked on-site. So now you understand why I do laps of the deck and put Nanna in the lift after meals, while I run up the six flights of stairs to our ...
... hotel & drunk quite a bit more in one of our rooms. Probably made quite a bit of noise but no one told us off. The next day we hopped on another boat in the morning & explored tiny streets, shops, canals, bridges, buildings etc.... Walked & walked, ate gelato. By the afternoon it was hot & pretty crowded with tourists. We boarded the ship that night- The Regal Princess. Only 1 month old & holds 3500 passengers. ...