Villa Edera Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the apartment at 6:45 to cook our dinner.
Later in the morning we queued up on the portable tabletops of the aqua alto walkway outside St. Mark's Basillica in time for Friday's hour of illumination. The line moved quickly, and we were inside just as they lit up the golden mosaics lining the walls and ceiling domes. There was a choir with boy choristers singing an Agnus Dei, and we had a long uncrowded look at the church interior and the ...
... a working cement truck on it. How interesting and different life would be if you lived here.
We walked back home gradually – around many tour groups. Craig found the electrical store and we bought a 32 gig USB and he looked for speakers. The other thing we saw this morning was a giant privately owned boat – costing many millions we presume. Home for munchy lunch. Craig has a cold – ...
... but I got confused and opened the door to the room on the floor directly below us. A very surprised young couple in bed jumped up very startled when I opened the door. I quickly shut the door and am hoping not to run into them tomorrow in the hallway. Venice is hard to describe. One of a kind. Very old city that was very rich and powerful years ago. There are a million little streets that curve everywhere. It is impossible to NOT get lost. I love to use maps, but I had to give up ...
... standards and taste). Then hoped on our train to Venice! For a wonderful romantic evening on the water! We got here and Sara and Pat took off to try and get into the Doges palace before it closed. But they took the water taxi the wrong way, and ended up taking it all around the island before making it to San Marcos in time to meet us. David and I took all the luggage to the hotel and then ...
... Lazzarani factory, where the master glass maker, Alexander, demonstrated the two methods of making glass by blowing a vase and then by making a horse out of a mass of molten glass. After the demonstration we were taken into a showroom housing an exhibition of all the different types of glassware produced by the factory and, of course, encouraged to make purchases!
After another trip in the motor launch, we alighted at Burano ...