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... to the Island of Torcello. Torcello was a bustling community before Venice was established around the 6th century, not much of it left today except the ex Basilica Santa Maria Asunta which boasts 11th century mosaics, the Madonna and the Judgement. Back to Venice, another stroll through small alley ways (Calle) with a few drinks and a pizza thrown in and we were ready to pass out, still adjusting to the new time zone zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz Bottled Heineken CSAI = 2, caught by ...
Amici, è molto difficile per me scrivere in Italiano. Lo so non è perfetta ma probabilmente capirete! Today I am going to try to translate this into (very bad) Italian. The service is so slow in Italy I have nothing else to do while I eat :) I think that the Italian will be understood by my Italian friends even though I know I am going to royally screw up their beautiful language. I am very tired this morning. Finally fell asleep at 2 AM. ...
... lace using only a thin (like cotton) thread, before carefully unpicking all the outline threads and extracting the lace from the butchers paper. She also explained that lacemakers specialise in one type of stitch, so it can take up to seven different lacemakers to make one piece of lace, depending on the pattern. This is why it takes such a long time (I.e. months) to make even one piece of lace. And if they stuff it up there's no way to unpick a ...
... outside though and we wanted to check it out as we had a pass that allowed us to take unlimited vaporetto rides in 48 hours. The trip probably took the best part of 45 min finally ending up on the island of Lido. Now this island holds many hotels and is sort of an upmarket area about a kilometre and a half from Venice proper. Pamela and I stayed on the vaporetto thinking that it would just complete its circuit and start again. We were wrong. We got kicked off at that point and ...
... the journey to Burano (35 mins) had Ken starting to panic that we would run out of time. So we literally landed on Burano and headed for the return pontoon and 45 mins later we landed back on the main island.
That left 50 mins to meander back to our meeting point on the GC, but...we got lost even though we had bought a detailed map. I couldn't count the no of times I asked if this was the right way to San Marco. By 5.55 I had calmed Ken down, ...