Hotel Villa Gasparini
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... We saw the cells, then on the way out, we went on the other side, and that view was very nice, so then they said, oh ok, now I would sigh, Sigh. By this point they were beyond on our nerves and each others', so we decided to split them up. Mark took karl and I took Kurt. Kurt wanted to find a soccer store, so we found a puma store that we actually managed to get to. After that, we wandered around, up over the Rialto bridge, and would our way back into our neighborhood. ...
... far the best food we had in Venice. A gondolier sitting next to me had what I had and when I saw it I said, "I'll have what he is having." It was a good choice.
It was one of the best trips in my life.
- Gondola ride
- When the police chased guys who were selling junk
- Seeing a water ambulance, a water bike and water police
... We have agreed that given our travel plans over the next few days we will use the first part of our afternoon making sure of exactly where to and how to go, so after lunch with all the other tightwads we set off to find how to get from the ship to the bus station and find out exactly where our bus will leave from. It's turns out to be as remarkably as easy as a short walk to a people mover train, which stops right across the road from where the bus will depart. ...
... another 'bus' to Murano. This island is famous for it's glass making. We wandered around a few shops and then watched a glass demonstration where the guy made a horse out of glass. It was pretty impressive.
We caught the boat back to Venice's main land and wandered the streets. Belinda was very keen to get a mask so we went into a few mask shops. The one we ended up purchasing our masks from had a very impressive selection. We spent so long ...
... it nonetheless.
After lunch I went into St Mark's basilica, ingeniously using a dress I had bought as a skirt so I was decent for entry. It was only a very short queue, being about 4pm. I marvelled at the Byzantine mozaques while listening to another detailed audioguide on the interior and exterior.
That night, after chatting with friendly girls in my dorm room, I ended up having a comfortable early night, like everyone else in the room ...