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... clock tower. The clock was built in 1499. Chime bells ring ever hour on the hour, using all the original parts still today. Cashe snickered as he noticed they had the earth in the center of the universe, believing everything revolved around it. He of course, would have known that to be untrue even back then Lol! As we walked along, we heard many dates, facts and stories from the guide. One of the most memorable was about Mr Barhlome Corleoni. He was extremely rich, ...
... Piazza San Marco and the Rialto bridge and then, if we were up for it, head to Murano but the kids really wanted to go to Murano so we hopped a boat to Murano. It was a nice 30 minute or so boat ride that slowly but consistently filled with tourists. It went from completely packed to 2 people when we arrived at Murano.
Murano was fun and a neat place. It's obviously geared toward tourism and toward pushing the glass making that it's ...
... from mother to daughter. We visited a museum to the craft that has been setup on the second level of a shop in the main street and saw a lady doing her stitches with great ease. One piece the size of a hankerchief that she was working on would be selling for 200 euros ($300 Aus) so it made you realise how the demand had dropped off with such prices, plus they were also finding competition from overseas imports not ...
... We'd booked an Island excursion and we had about 35 minutes to drink our wine before we needed to head off. I staggered inside the bar to find some food to soak up the wine while Ken latched on to 2 American school teachers. The next 20 minutes were full of much laughter and silliness but eventually we had to leave. Not even the obscene bill sobered us up. Bwoody !
Our tour first took us out to the island of Murano, which is famous for it's glass making. ...
... enjoyed seeing the sights and having a bit more of a bearing of where we have been and where we are going. It was a pretty full ferry and about 4 or 5 stops along the way. I liked watching people struggle with their giant suitcases and was very grateful we stored our big bags.
Bit sad as the airport stop arrived. Back to reality as we walked pulling our overnight bags along the walkway looking out for our terminal. ...