Locanda del Ghetto
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... the temp is a massive 18 Celsius. How can it possibly be this warm at this time of year??
I pulled over and had a look at the satnav for hotels in the area and got it to take me to a few in the town.
Venice is situated on a island and to get there one has to travel across a kind of long bridge section of about 3km or so. With the hotel I am heading for being in Venice itself I had to go over this long bridge.
The satnav takes me into a rather large ...
... air and wind in our faces helped us back to reality, well a bit, but we were still singing and probably being a little loud at times until we arrived. We watched a couple of glass making/blowing demonstrations and then were herded through the factory for purchases. Would love to have bought some but it was pricey and how would we get it home ?
Next stop the island of Burano, famous for its lace and coloured buildings. We saw a brief lace making ...
... sky instead with virtually no other traffic and definitely no scooters and motorcycles sneaking up on you. There are just NO rules for these 2 wheeled menaces!!
We had hoped to go to Verona as recommended by Aimee and Nick but with the traffic and our 5pm deadline we were worried we would not have time to get there and still make it back on time. Verona is, of course, the home of Romeo and Juliet. (Sigh…imagine ...
... Piazza San Marco -- Venice's enormous town square. St. Mark, the patron saint of Venice, is said to be buried in St. Mark's Basilica, and St. Mark's symbol, the lion, seems to protect every corner of the city. According to Rick Steves, St. Mark's Basilica is closed all morning for the Sunday morning masses, so imagine our delight when, at 9:45, we joined the line to enter the basilica! It was too good to be true. In fact, ...
... yourself to the grand canal and the tourist trap piazza's. Hop a Linea 5.1 ferry and do an outside lap of the islands and the city. See the ports and the working end of town. Go to Lido. See the lagoon. Have coffee on the south shore at Zattere. Watch the boats roll in. Get away from the T-shirt stand and leave the mask for the Carnivale. Seeing Lagoona Veneta reminds me of Morton Bay (and not just the mozzies). Large, wide, shallow in parts, islands dotted through, ...