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... city we were going to go to! So off to Venice we went on the start of our 10 day adventure! It was going to be packed with many activities!
We arrived in Venice on Friday night, and found our way to our hostel. It was this camping type place that I could imagine would be very busy in the summer! It took us a while to find it, turns out it is hard to find a place when you get off at the wrong bus stop..... but the next morning we were ready to head ...
... was minor flooding. This was obviously a very heavy building sinking slightly faster than the rest of the plaza. The floor inside was quite uneven as is the case with every palace we visited. The ceilings and floors of the Basilica were among the most lovely we have seen so far.
After our walking orientation tour of our new neighborhood, we went to dinner and back to
our hotel, the Serensissima which had a perfect location in Venice.
Italians are so demonstrative in their greetings!
Malcolm’s plane was delayed, so I was glad to see Lizzie and
Tim when they arrived at 6.45pm, so I had some company. When Malcolm cleared
customs we sorted out the rental cars. Had quite a challenge in the carpark,
first working out how to turn the engine on, then doing 2 laps of the carpark
looking for the exit - which we missed on our first lap because we were still
... to where it was less crowded to enjoy the beauty of the island(s). I stopped to look at one small shop selling the most exquisite glass creations. Terry was hooked. We went into a glass blowing demonstration, and, to cut a long story short, we decided to buy something special, so spent all day going from shop to shop. Very late in the afternoon we decided on a set of vases and a bowl, which are being shipped home. It remains to be ...
... br> For me the Venice city can be summarized with narrow streets, sudden plaza openings, and canal bridges.
We first headed to the Rialto market. The smell of fresh fish and good fruits was so good. We also got our first taste of the winding streets of Venice and its little canals. There is no way to walk straight and we wouldn’t have been able to go anyway if it wasn’t for our savior yellow signs.
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