Relais Agriturismo Ormesani
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... selfie stick carrying throngs of tourists in St. Mark's Square. It was about 5pm by this point, and the crowd didn't look like it was going to die down anytime soon, so I took the opportunity to pop into the Correr Museum. It was actually quite quiet there, and it was a pleasant way to spend an hour just walking through the collection of Venetian art After this I was feeling pretty tired and not really wanting to spend six hours on a walk ...
Dinner was at tiny Mascaron back in the Castello, a favorite of ours for ten years. It HAS now made it into Rick's book. As the number of Americani has increased, the proportion of lobster in the pasta seems to have decreased, but the food's still good and the shaggy proprietor is always welcoming. Last late night boat ride home. Love to see the huge Venetian chandeliers light up the windows.
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... golden interior frescos) and next door, the Doge's Palace. Then the Bridge of Sighs with it's ancient prison cells which were in use up until 1922!!! The Doges palace was excellent and a very interesting tour. Included is the biggest room in europe without column support. All the floors are marble but bounce somewhat due to the unstable foundations. This is true all throughout Venice our guide informed us. The bridge of sighs ...
... of seats. We then set off for the airport. Amelia's toothbrush turned on half way through the trip and was very annoying. We finally got to the place where we would pick up our car. The driver opened the boot and mums bag fell out of the car and got a little bit scratched. We then gathered our suitcases and went into the reception. We sat down while dad did all the paperwork and organising with the receptionist. We got bored so we ...
... eerie siren rang throughout the island warning everyone that the waters were coming in. By morning at 6am, much of the city was covered in 6 inches of water. Being the adventurous soul I am, I actually got up, strapped some plastic bags around my tennis shoes, and set out into the water, seeing exactly how serious this was. What I saw surprised me. Most of the people heading to work actually had thigh-high water boots and seemed like this was a regular occasion. There were shop ...