Casa Cosmo di Cosmo Davide
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... We used his counter for support and raised each foot appropriately while he struggled to fit these coverings over our boots! Once done we paid him €20 for his effort and said many "grazies" and left.
We were excited for now we could do what the "child" in us wanted to do....walk through the water!
Out into the piazza we trod, slushed really, just to get to the other side. Why? For no particular reason ...
... made us all get up and dance for the rest of the bus trip. Definitely alpha material. ;) We had drinks on the steps that evening back at the hotel. With the entire contiki group which was nice. Mitch and James lost their keys down the drain and I lent them my clothes line which had a hook on it. They used this as well as dental floss fully Maguiver style to retrieve the keys. I then played a fishing game by hooking onto people's clothes. Good ...
... of the marshy land.
After the tour we finished looking over the palace in the general viewing areas on our own.This included large salons and rooms, all covered with major works of art. We crossed the Bridge of Sighs and went into the prison. A cold, dark and damp place.
We hopped onto a vaporetto and managed to finally get over to Santa Maria del Salute on Dorsoduro. This must be the only place in Venice that doesn't have a cafe, ...
Day 14 Venice 02/09/12
Decided to do our own thing today in visiting the glass and lacemaking islands of Maruno and Burano. Back through the Square to the Canal to buy our Vaporetto Tickets giving us 36 hr unlimited travel. Boarding the Water Bus - hereafter referred to as the ferry - we had a lovely trip over to the island of Maruno where we happily browsed the glass shops on one side of the island for about 3 hours, then heading for the Burano ferry ...
... and paths, it is an interesting experience that I would definitely recommend you all to do - just don't go in the middle of summer. It was 30˚C and incredibly humid - far too much for us Northern Europeans in the group (The Turk and Hungarian meanwhile compared it to a cold summer's day).
This week I have a presentation and an exam to take, and then on Friday I will fly home for the weekend!