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I spent the first part of this morning in Murano. A Glass shop just down from hotel had display on millefiori on how it is made -I was impressed as I didn't know - lots of ideas went buzzing through my mind!! It was wet and foggy - had the umbrella just in case. On my walk to the Glass Museum I called into the Church of Santa Maria e San Donato - known for its 12 century mosaic floor. Restoration work was occurring in a small segment of the flooring - 2 people were chiselling ...
... We headed back into the canals, and I got another turn, and was actually very good at it, when the boat was calm! The kids were starting to melt down a bit, it was getting hot, so the ladies kindly rowed us up to their favorite sandwich shop where we grabbed food and juice for the boys to eat while we finished the ride. That was awesome, they were really in tune to seeing the kids about to melt! :) We finished up the tour, they dropped us near the vaporetto to murano. ...
... day to go to the Ufitzi Museum, where we saw the Birth of Venus and some naked midgets, or little people (there I go, being offensive again). We spent a good portion of the morning at the Museum and then we climbed the dome of Il Duomo. I doth protest much. Thank god for the free rest of the day, because I would have been quite the pill without it. Danny and I went Valentine’s Day shopping, where I got myself some new digs (a lovely pair of leather boots) and Danny ...
... canals, they said, were architectural gems.
Ottobre 4th 2013.
Today, Signora has been let loose to revisit Venice alone. It's my chance to show my worth. You may recall, the last time Signora was alone in a city, Seville back in March, her backpack was rifled. As Head of Security, I checked her over and offered advice before she departed - I am happy to say that we are friends again.
I am now writing this blog in a small bar with ...
It was rough night's sleep. Venice is hot and humid in August and during our stay I would hazard a guess these may have been hottest days. Our airBNB accommodations turned out to be a bit sketchy. They were recommended by another contact we had made in Venice. Everything seemed ok at the time of booking but in the end we ended up not getting the place promised. On one hand it was better because it was an entire apartment to ourselves. On the other there was ...