Casa del Melograno Inn
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... so he made the witch promise that for the next seven years she would bring him on Christmas Eve the soul of a dead child who had recently died. The witch died soon after in a fire and was not able to keep to her pact with the devil… So to this day on the eve of 24 December the devil comes to the Devil’s Bridge in Torcello in the guise of a black cat and claims in vain the souls he was promised. Visited Burano on the return ...
... up to the supermarket to get a drink and biscuit for afternoon tea. At 5 pm we left by bus and drove over the 2 km bridge to the old part of Venice where the lagoon and all its canals are a feature. We boarded three water taxis which took the group to St Mark's Square in the lagoon. It was bustling with tourists and the wealthiest looking people you have seen. There we wandered up the road to a lovely little restaurant where we had the loveliest ...
... together as part of a tour group. The tours would arrange for gondolas for their groups and as many as were needed for the group headed off together done the Grand Canal and the side canals. Typically at most we only saw 3-5 gondolas together at a time. One time on a side canal near the Doge's Palace we saw over 20 gondolas coming down a side canal, no idea if they were together but it was something to see them all coming single file though the canal.
... tour being run by this Christian charity that sends out young guides to churches all over Europe. It was actually a really good experience, and the guide was very informative. Found out heaps about the history of the church, and Christian iconography.
Apart from that, went to a few parties at the hostel I was staying at – Camping Jolly. There were a lot of ...
... is that Venice is being covered by tourists which is not that great, but still it is stunning, nothing else to add. But again, thinking about Venice ant tourists makes me think that Venice is really small, so much water around ant toursists are coming not only by trains, but by cruises also. I am just trying to imagine how all the waves from those ships are destroying (little by little) shores of Venice. As we (Tim and me) were wondering how Venice was built, figured out, that with help ...