Alloggi al Mercante
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... the church was only open to visit for a couple hours that afternoon). San Marco is incredible. Not only is the narthex of the church underwater, but once you get inside the church and above water the church itself is jaw dropping. The entire top part is covered in gold mosaic and the bottom is covered in marble. There we saw some relics of St. Mark, took in the majesty of the church, and said some prayers before heading out. After St. Mark’s we ...
... of “her women” presented this to her to wear on her special day.
Our time with Viviana was coming to an end but we had time for the traditional drink of Venice, the "Spritz". This consisted of 1/3 sparkling water, 1/3 Campari and 1/3 white wine. Yum! We also had to try to Borano biscuits and were given a bag to bring home… More Yum!
On the ride home Grant decided to Co-Pilot and sat up ...
... 8364;20) from dock to town. There are the cutest little pedestrian bridges everywhere. We found gondolas a little further down the way it was only €80 for all five of us. I can't find the right words to explain the joy I felt while on this ride. NEVER did I envision myself going through the canals of Venice in a gondola, NEVER. I wore an ear-to-ear smile the whole time. Then, we walked around. Lots of shops ( selling Murano glass and masks galore) and restaurants. ...
... Lounge for our last shore excursion this trip. We boarded a water bus that took us down the Giudecca Canal to San Marco Square. We then went on a tour of the Doges Palace and St. Marks Basilica. Then we walked to a café where we ordered gelato to eat while people watching.
While we were sitting there, the skies opened up and it began to rain. Not just a little but a ton! We were scheduled to ...
Instead of recounting the last week I spent with the family in Venice, I thought I would describe to you what my perfect day in Venice would be by patchworking a few of the things I did with a bit of how I wish it had happened...try not to laugh. I dare you.
It's just nearly 75 degrees outside, and I am awoken by the sun in a beautiful red apartment building on the island of Lido. (Instead of the screams of "I want the iPad by three ...