Residenza Ca' San Marco
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... the course of their history. I guess I note this boring political stuff because I do believe that Cashe will be very involved in politics one day, if not the Prime Minister. You mark my word! Speaking of which, words can not properly describe Venice. I think for this reason I found myself taking photo after photo, with another amazing window, door, bridge or view around every corner. Truly Venice is meant to be experienced with all the senses, it is ...
... to take your luggage to your hotel and I told them I didn't need help until I saw the big bridge with about 30 steps on either side of it that I had to cross. The thought of carrying luggage weighing 50lbs each up and down those steps suddenly made the porters seem much more useful. We stored our luggage and then headed to get our tickets for the public transportation system....boats.
I purchased the all day tickets in advance ...
Only one tour today but good fun on a larger boat and out of the main city of Venice to two islands in the lagoon.
Firstly went to Murano Island where we saw glass being melted and formed into amazing shapes. In particular the life size pelicans were breathtaking. Unfortunately we were not allowed to take photos. They also showed a glass 'master' craftsman pull a lump of glass into a figure of a rearing horse in about ...
Seeing as Venice is more than just 1 island we decided we should explore some of them today. Also decided that we should explore other parts of Venice. Found a different route to the Rialto bridge, possibly slightly longer but much less room for error as far as wrong turns go. Different shops too!
Got ourselves out to St Marks lagoon and walked to the other end of the island where we found the Arsenal and public parks etc. Also walked past a big boat with ...
Oh my. Last day in Italy. We haven't got time to be sad. We have to pack our small bag, have breaky , see if we can find the Duomo open and line free, catch a ferry to mainland and the airport, collect our stored luggage and catch a plane at 3:45 pm. Not much to do eh!
Packing small bag is easy, just shove every thing in.
Breaky is easy, the juicer is broken, and the eggs are gone. Have to wait for fresh hot ones. Yum. ...