Villa Tiziana Hotel
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... erected barrier. Plan B. We get the 5.2 to Fondamente Nove where lo and behold, what is waiting to take us across to Murano? Yes, the 4.1. Clearly the earlier grumpy boat attendant didn’t want a bunch of confused tourists on his boat. He needs to seriously think about changing to a less customer-focused job. Or improving his customer service skills.
We disembark at Murano where we are enthusiastically greeted by our Italian ...
... next to St Mark's square built in 16thC was library and mint. The Doges palace also nearby has now become a museum was where royalty once lived. Original Venetian's were from Constantinople before they became independent state and the reason why it's quite cultural here.
... had thousads of tiny gold tiles called mosaic tiles. She also told us really cool things about Piazza San Marco including that some of Venice has been covered by a meter of water when there were really high tides and strong winds. When this happens they put tall platforms out across the squre so you can still go walking.
The second tour was a boat tour. On the boat tour we went to three different Islands. The first Island was called Murano. ...
... the dingy lane with the rubbish, past the wells that are closed over, we remember them. Then something goes terribly wrong and we realise we are in a less touristy place, actually there is no one around. Thats strange. We seem to be in local territory, with pretty cats on the wall over looking the Oleanders, peeking through open doorways to front terraces, ooo look, grass... ! Then head to a very lonely canal with a dead end. Thats a bit strange. We find ...
Somehow, last night, we didn't get to bed until three...not sure how that happened but it made for a short night. We woke up at 7:30, had our breakfast at the picnic table outside The Shack (which consisted of bananas and nutella on bread, granola bars, and some milka...breakfast of champions), and were on our way to Venice by 9:30. Kevin wasn't getting in until 10:30 so we killed time by going in and out of some shops by the train station. Making ...