Albergo Casa Peron
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... Grand Canal for a bit and then took one of the smaller canals off to the side and then out into the open water to go to the island. Out here, the boats still travel slowly and they appear to use the pilings as a road. They are set up as a guide. The boat ride was lovely. Lots more pictures taken and we arrived within about 20 minutes.
Once at Murano, we were greeted most kindly by those who work at the factory. They apologized that we would have a bit of a wait ...
... a lace works. It was fun watching Francie's face screw up in Doilie hell! Lol. Nothing was purchased of the lace variety but we found a good cheap lunch (best Pizza found in Italy by this time) and once again headed back on board. Final stop was Torcello which housed lovely old houses on waterways and old churches. We had s walk and returned to the boat. It was raining by now... Arriving back in the island it was about to get dark, it ...
... water taxi picks up the 7 of us who are left, at 5:00am for the airport. Then we fly to Frankfurt and then to San Francisco. About 15 hours of flying total - not including the layover. With the time difference, tomorrow is going to be the longest birthday ever - 32 hours! Probably not the funnest though, but can't complain after this wonderful trip :)
... our flapping window.
We woke up after that ordeal expecting to see the Venice canals outside and even inside our tent but alas It was all clear and the fear of us being stranded hear and our plane not leaving due to the storm was quickly quashed.
All in all, we obviously must say that this one stop had been an adventurous one and something we will both never forget. Im sure neither will most of you.
7th of September 2014 guys don’t forget it.
Sorry for the title, but there really Is no other words for it...I'll explain some more below.... Today we leave Rome, and head up to Venice via Verona. We leave at 8am for our big driving day. We had a short stop in Verona to check out another Coliseum which was the 3rd largest in the Roman Empire. They still use this arena for rock concerts and festivals which is pretty cool. There are dark clouds looming above us, but hopefully ...