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... have to be painted white with limestone every year. They are allowed to have either red, green or blue doors & shutters, some with blue dome roofs but Maoist with flat roof to catch the winter rains which is stored in underground tanks, not for drink though. The Govt. has built a dam on the island but our guide told me the residents won't drink the water as they don't trust the Govt. Says it all really! A really lovely tour. Had time to walk into the township after being dropped ...
... this from a gal who has seen a lot of basilicas in my travels. Then it was off to my appointment with Scrovegni. I got lost. Three times. Finally found it. As mentioned the frescoes were amazing. Unfortunately no personal items, including cameras, are allowed inside (I even had to check my purse!). Afterwards I headed to the Caffe Pedrocchi and went through the Museum of Risorgimento which traces Padua's role in Italian history, from the downfall ...
... to explore some more of the city in the early afternoon. We headed back towards the Rialto Bridge to see it in the daylight and explore the many market stalls that surround and cross it. An opportune finding was La Bottega dei Mascarreri mask shop where we met the chief artist and inspiration for masks that have featured in hundreds of plays and movies including Eyes Wide Shut. Knowing that our time in Italy was coming to an end we ...
... an all day ferry ticket and started heading for San Marcos's square. What an experience to travel the waterways of Venice. I pinched myself. I had had an image of Venice in my head and it was a little different but still magnificent. Some of the children had imagined everyones house door ending at the water and them stepping into boats. Some didn't realise that there would be streets to walk on. So we all had a readjustment of thoughts. We had waited a fair while ...
... and I were 2 of only 4 people up there!! At one o'clock the bells rang! Boy it made us jump......just lucky it wasn't an hour earlier! Back on the vaporetto to S.Marco's and we decide to find another way back to our area without going through what I call the "rat runs"........the alleyways that all the tourists use to get from S.Marco's square to Rialto Bridge. We wound our way through small calle, over bridges and through campos ...