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what can I say? More boat rides, more museums.... We decided to give our new plan for getting to the Magic a dry run to see if it was even possible. So we took the vaporetto to Pl Roma, walked over to the people mover, confirmed that indeed the lift is non functional which would have meant carrying our luggage up 2 or 3 flights of stairs, riding the people mover a dissapointingly short ...
... community was still instrumental to Venice as they were primarily the ones with the money here. You see a line of what is now shops and cafés which used to be banks. One cafe has kept the name 'Banco Rosso' which was a money lenders/pawn shop. According to our guide it was in Venice that the term 'in the red' comes from. We visited lots of campos, markets and streets, we have plenty of pictures so I won't go into those too much. We visited the Gondola factory. The Gondolas ...
We got up this morning to fresh made croissants that had jelly IN them ( I don't think that Italians eat anything but carbs) and headed to San Marcos Square and the Doge Palace. Momma D was rushing us because at 11 the high waters were to be in the square and she wanted us at the palace before that. Luckily, we were late and got to see the whole square flooded and got to walk on the platforms they set up when the the water comes up. Steve, Nate, Tori and I toured the ...
Today we leave Venice, Daz up early again to get early morning photos. After breakfast we got packed up and headed off to get the kids some promised ice cream from the night before. We also did some last minute shopping. Back to the apartment by 10.00am for final pack up and leave. Catch a water taxi from San Zaccaria to Ferrovia to catch the train. Arrived in plenty of time at the train station which was ...
... vegetables. For the mains we had (all the dishes were brought out at different times) 1) vegetarian risotto 2) carbonara 3) gnocchi with napolotana 4) penne pesto And for dessert we had a chocolate custard thing that tasted like a chocolate yoghurt. If there's one thing I know for sure it's that the Italians know how to put on a feast! After dinner we headed back to the mainland and just repacked our bags and went to ...