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We arrived in Venice via the train and it took us well over an hour to try and figure out how the water buses ran and which stop we needed to get on at! We must have walked over this bridge twice. The hotel was in Murano, so we had to figure it out.
We checked into the room and it was …
... to encourage us to enter their shop, no one gives us the time of day. In fact it feels quite the opposite, like we are intruding on their personal space. I walk into a shoe shop and pick one up I like and not only does no one attend to me but they actually disappear out the back. Fine...I'll shop somewhere else!!
We come across a deli of sorts and manage to buy a bottle of Bellini and some soft drinks but not much else. We ask the man about the supermarket we are ...
... took us a while to work out. After a rest, we decided to walk and find our own place for dinner rather than joining everyone else at a tour restaurant. The tour guide slipper us 100 euros when we told her of our intentions. After some walking and window shopping up and down small alleyways, we picked a very nice restaurant in which to eat. Sadly without a booking we were told we would have to wait two hours. They did however recommend another restaurant quite close by. It ...
... much energy! As we arrived back at St Marks Square, we looked at the sky and saw a large dark weather front approaching! Many of the souvenir stall holders had seen it too and were madly packing away the goods on their carts before the rain came. We decided to just grab a takeaway panini and some gelato to eat in our room for tea tonight. The rain fell and the thunderstorm that came with it was the perfect opportunity for us to have a relaxing evening, and an early ...
... a week, I had come to expect. Everywhere you look it's just cobblestoned streets and bridges and canals. No asphalt. I learned later that Venice has no cars, even the police use speedboats. And bicycles are not permitted at all. Only very young children are allowed to ride bikes. Venice is quite unlike any other city I've been to.
Over the course of the day I met a Canadian guy that now lives in Queensland, ...