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There were over 16 Basilica's and we got to a whopping 6- there is always too much to see and not enough time however we will be back to italy FO SHO! I heard Daniel tell his Dad that tonight on the phone.
List of Basilica's we saw:
Santo Stefano Basilica
Santa Maria Formosa
Santa Maria Dei Miracoli
San Giovanni Elemosinairo
Other things we saw Museo della Musica- ...
... worth it!.
We hook up with a subset of the group for an optional tour to the Island of Burano, a little fishing village famous for the lace that is made there. No hotels on this island, private homes only, one more brightly colored than the next. The color of the home is dependent on the family name. If a son was to marry and move to a different home with his new wife, he would have to repaint the house in the color of his family. Make it ...
... restaurant that served the tastiest Lasagne then moved to another restaurant for dessert. Couldn't decide which one to have so we had two :) with a coffee...love italian coffee. Wandered back to our hotel in the peace and quite of the night. We loved Venice and it is a very romantic little city. Looking forward to seeing Tracey and Marcos ...
... centre gave us a snippet about Slovenia's past. It also gave us a chance to have a swim in the Adriatic. It was so warm and clear.
We left Piran and headed north-east for Postonja and a tour of the limestone caves. The caves extend for about 60 km and so to reach where the tour actually starts it is necessary to take a small train underground for a journey of about 3 km. It takes about 10 minutes. At the end of the tour and before we re-boarded the train for ...
... as we cruised through the canals to reach the Port- it was absolutely gorgeous!
We saw lots of the Water Taxis we had been told about (very expensive and very exclusive), and had a fabulous view of the City with St Marco's Square, and gorgeous little bridges.
I couldn't wait to get off the Ship and explore.
First stop was the walk to St. Marco's Square via Rialto Bridge ...