Hotel Santa Lucia
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... canals are so beautiful and the shop windows have an amazing array of Murano glass, jewellery, gloves, handbags, carnival masks, shoes and plenty of sexy lingerie boutiques.
Bought breakfast nom noms and had fun looking at all the weird food for sale in the supermarket then back up the 4 flights of stairs and fell into bed (separate beds - we may be sister wives but we're not *that* close). Goodnight Captain Casanova.
PS. No Johnny Depp sightings so ...
... them. We turned onto a random street and walked. Jenni and I had gotten to be good at walking together. One of us veers a direction and the other follows or we both stop and pick a path. We tried to find St. Marco's church. We thought we saw it but no matter how hard we tried we could not get to it. We could see it but could not get to it. We did the same circle a few times, we may or may not have passed the same Louis Vuitton four times. We did ...
... and would use a stick to check on them. I feel for the poor patients. 51,000 died at the height of the plague. But I can also understand the doctor's own concern for safety. It must have been such a scary time.
A reflection on the abstract and obscure:
Over the 12 days of Venezia Carnevale I have seen an array of bizarre and strange costume choices, generally I am assuming done by tourists. These are unlike the traditional ...
... to explore a little more of Venice and mapped out a route which took us to two other districts. Josh became our guide and he led us around the streets of Venice. We got a little lost but crossed many bridges, walked through many interesting streets, stopped for a drink and got a little bit wet as it rained.
We saw more residential areas, a mask making shop, a glass blower at work and lots of busy canals. We found a shop selling calendars of ...
... hotel stop looking to walk and explore. We found that we couldn't get back to our island without a major hike throught half of Venice, so, back to the vaporetta, purchased tickets and back to our hotel stop. There we decided our last venture inVenice would be a gondola ride through the canals at night. Really nice and quiet as its more expensive at night, about $150 for 40 minutes but its eerie going through some of the canals with just an occasional street lamp. ...