Ca' Pozzo Inn
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... 10 miles all over, exploring other sites and ending in the famous Piazza San Marco. But two days of getting "lost" and walking for miles was enough for my feet so we bought tickets for the Valporetto (water bus). We jumped on the first one, not really knowing where it was heading, so we saw Venice from an angle not many tourists see. The tickets also allowed us to hop on and off at various stops along the Grande ...
... to wander as he doesn't want to shop. Francesca, Anthony,Gabriel and Emily go off in another direction for shopping etc and Silvana and I head off to find a TIM store as I want a SIM card for my phone.
I ask Michael (as he has a built in GPS in his head) which direction we should go in ... He says the opposite direction to St Marks square. Ok too easy right. Silvana and I stand there looking at each other and looking around the square in front of the ...
... enjoyed the sites. We walked along canals, avoided illegal cstreet hawkers, looked at gondolas, took in the sights of beautiful historic buildings and visited St Marks Cathedral and a glass blowing factory before stopping for lunch. The crowds were huge, but I suppose that's the norm for this famous city. I'm just pleased we were on an organised tour as it would have been painful joining the long queues to buy tickets and gain entry for the key attractions. The other thing ...
... eating outdoors in Europe is the smokers - we were really enjoying our lunch until another couple sat at the table in front of us and immediately lit up a fag. After lunch we walked to the Rialto bridge and browsed the shops there before stopped for coffee and the most delicious cannoli Window shopping continued (there's a lot of it to do in Venice) then another stop for coffee where we saw a beagle walk past us on a lead! ...
Another long and memorable train ride through the Austrian and Italian alps from Munich, it finally comes to an end in Venice. The view from the train was wonderful and I couldn't wait to get off the train and start sightseeing. After 47 years I've returned to Italy. I'm trying really hard not to cry but I couldn't do it and tears start streaming down my face. I'm such a sook, it's happened quite a few times during this trip, but today was just too much!! Mary and I headed out ...