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... to the Gregorian chanting that just happened to be scheduled during our visit. The very large area with rich, dark, sculptured chairs for the choir and the wonderful acoustics were awe-inspiring.
Since the church and a small yacht harbor are pretty much the only thing to see on this island, we caught the next vaporetto to St Mark's Square (Piazza San Marco). We were not the only people with this idea. The sun was shining high and hot and a long line for entry to the ...
... as we went.. S. Marco's square was nice and to doges Palace was very nice. We stopped at Bauer Hotel and spent a few hours there sipping G an T's..
Grace likes to do some shopping and taking pictures..all in all a good day..
It started to rain around 5.30 pm as we walked back.. soon as we got in it thundered and rained buckets with pea sized hail..
... could get money, very quiet at night after the accordion at the nearby restaurant stopped playing...lol (and so dark with the shutters closed!) and we found a small grocery nearby. A combo living room with pull out couch, a dining table, a nice size bedroom with lots of storage, a small kitchen and bathroom. And only a few minutes walk to the San Silvestro stop, and about a 5 min walk to Rialto - a really lovely ...
Venice was a place I always wanted to visit. When you arrive by train and step out of the station you are greeted with a stunning view. The city is beautiful and of course very unique. We didn't have a plan we just walked and explored all the little streets and finally made our way to the famous St Marks Square. At night we literally got lost. We had to use a map to find our way back to ...
... entourage .
Through a doorway and down some stairs there is a section of floor that has been dug out and covered in perspex. Looking down you can see a tiled in a mosaic pattern. This floor dates back to Roman times, we think is very very cool indeed. So pre - 8th Century. BC even.
Through another door way and there is a massive church alter covered on gold and ornaments and roped off. The floor is mosaic as well, older than the main ...