Oasis Lagoon & Residence
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- Free parking
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... very difficult to venture through. We finally found it and grabbed some aperitivo. :) 12 euro for the both of us.
Across the way was a church. We went inside and lit a candle. We kept walking and found ourselves looking at the Bridge of Sighs. We acted like tourists and took lots of photos. Then we kept walking.
We found ourselves in Piazza San Marco. In the middle were round things, bubbling and pooling with water. There was a large puddle of water surrounding it. ...
... up the boys who were hysterically laughing at me being locked in the bathroom. Then Kevin accused me of being a blanket thief ( there was a giant mosquito in the room so somehow I "stole" all the covers). Btw I still got bit and Kevin didn't so who had the covers? Best of all we need to be out of the room by 1030 this morning and our night train to Vienna doesn't leave until 9 pm. That leaves a very long day ahead. So far Konner likes this hotel best ...
... the Crystal Room and the staircases are all made of Swarovski Crystals. It is not a good thing climbing down these stairs after a few champagnes because it is hard to see the edges of the steps. The lifts are all glass and the chandelier hanging from the ceiling is magnificent. The captain of this ship is Raffaele Pontecorvo. Our dining room waiters are Alberto from Panama and ...
... that he still survived.
Next we wandered down to the church, but it was closed for lunch, so we ate lunch outside, and went back to the other art gallery, which was made up of modern art put together by Peggy Guggenheim, a rich lady born in New York who moved to Venice when her husband died. I liked the sculptures with a nice shape and the pictures with lots of colour.
After that, we went back to the church. It was a very unusual church because ...
... but they were all small and unremarkable. When I asked for religious pieces I was surprised at the poor design and execution of them. I did manage to shed my assistant, who saw better prospects with someone else and found a very nice collection of Jewish religious pieces but not Christian. Our Tour director said that this was a factory owned by Jewish people for many years. Even later, when we were given free shopping time in Venice proper, the range of Christian glass pieces ...