Hotel Villa Gasparini
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... it's like we have entered another world.....a water world. The Tuscan colours, old buildings, tiny alleyways & cobblestones full of bustling tourists & venetians going about their business. It's the weirdest & most interesting place I've ever seen. In fact if you had a choice between Paris & Venice I would say to you choose Venice. We depart the water bus at Academia dock, stumbling holding our packs in front of us until we reach land & then try & get ...
... off my bucket list (although I would like to one day go back). 2) Taking some amazing pictures of the gondolas and incredible canals. 3) Buying a mask for Carnival (see pictures). 4) Experiencing a man-made city which uses only boats and walking to get from place to place (completely different from what any American is used to). Although the weather didn't cooperate, Venice was a blast and I hope that I will be able to one day return to this beautiful city and experience it once again. ...
... lunch (Ed was very happy). Ed seems to be enjoying Italy - the land of pizza and pasta - his favourite foods. People smile at him and pat him on the head. As we neared San Marco we noticed that there was no queue for the Doge's Palace, so we headed in. We had a lovely time there, and Ed commented that he thought Poppa would enjoy the armory. As we walked through the prison, the guards came along behind ...
... not on our "go back to" place list. We reboarded around 3pm, John and Graham went to the gym while Christine and Kathy wrote up our travel blogs and compared notes on our excursions as we had been on different buses. Then it was time once again for a pre-dinner cocktail, dinner and show. Life is so hard sometimes :-) Friday 11 October - early start today as we docked offshore from Santorini port about 6am. Santorini archipelago is made up of five different ...
... factory. Of course.
We stood in line
for a while at a factory but nobody was being let in so we just left.
We walked through to the heart of murano making our way to the main
thoroughfare. Once arriving there we saw the gigantic abundance of
shops! All selling murano glass. The trick would be to decipher between
counterfeit glass and authentic glass made on murano. The shops that
were authentic were signposted and the pieces were stamped. Plus ...