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... The Grand Canal: the Rialto Bridge, La Salute Church, San Giorgio Maggiore and Academia to name a few. We also need to spend some valuable time sorting out some accounts by email in a small cafe. Queues have also built in the Square, so yet again I miss visiting St. Mark's, but rather this than missing the boat! As it is we are back by 1.20pm with 30 minutes to spare. We have not used the time in Venice very efficiently ...
... play every night.
Walking back towards the wooden bridge we found the Ca’ Rezzonico which is a richly
furnished Baroque palace and is one of most splendid in Venice. It is also one of the few palaces in the city, which opens its doors to the public. Since 1934, it has housed the museum of 18th century Venice, its rooms furnished with frescoes, paintings and period pieces taken from other local palaces and museums. ...
... NZ drivers and had assumed the ‘exit’ was actually an entrance J
It was about an hour drive to Fregona where we were staying,
I was glad Malcolm was driving because I was getting pretty tired. Even better
was the pasta & salad meal that Greta and Laura had ready for us. Bed at
about 10.30pm and my first decent sleep for over 40 hours! I slept til 9.00am
despite the hammock style wire-wove bed and roadwork noise that began at
... the tickets until you are underway, and it us only 1 station. Well as I said it was only a shortish walk, however there were 4 bridges, one huge that we had to negotiate up and over, dragging our cases. Not fun I can assure you. We headed out to look around but discovered after awhile we had been walking in a circle and not getting very far but traversing quite a few bridges. Decided to stop and have dinner at a little alfresco restaurant, very nice. Now back at Hotel and looking forward to ...
... which hinders the view and the picture taking.
We went all along the island, past the public gardens (I’m going to walk down here sometime in the next few days) and then out on the Venetian lagoon towards Lido. Lido di Venezia, according to my guide book, is a seaside holiday resort, busiest in the summer months when it hosts the International Film Festival (that would have been fun!). It’s the only island here that has roads for its buses, cars, ...