Relais Agriturismo Ormesani
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... of generations of glass blowers. The showrooms featured amazing works of glass art. I loved the rose decorated chandeliers which were priced at over 70,000 euro. But my favorite piece was a sculpture of a man and woman side by side, as if melting into each other. It was priced at 15,000 euro. I joked how I needed these pieces for ...
... impressive. It's immensity is daunting after 4 hours of winding through dark narrow little alley ways. Then to suddenly step out into this massive open space is amazing. Churches, Towers, Palaces. It's a lot for a person to take in. I tried to do a panorama shot, but I don't think this site is letting me upload it. Too big... Oh well. I did it, although it still doesn't really capture the enormity of it all. And one of our ...
... to the main island and then on Line 2 to the island of San Giorgio to get a different perspective of Venice too short vsit to the church and a chance to understand a little more of the pink statue outside, "Breath" a replica of the same one in Trafalgar Square which also featured in the opening of the Paralympic Games (it's also part of the Biennale).
And then for the much anticipated sailing from ...
... Canal. After crossing this and taking many pictures we were finally in San Marco, then began the quest of finding Piazza San Marco, which eventually we did. It was massive! Surrounding the square were restaurants and live bands, the square was filled with tourists and of course pigeons. At one end was the Basilica Di San Marco, next to it was Palazzo Ducale and Campanile. We walked through the square and went to the top of Campanile, which gave as exquisite panoramic views of ...
... of unpleasantly pushy salespeople accompanying glass blowing demonstrations, the first place I wandered into had a door open straight to their workshop, and I could just stand and watch with no sales pitch as the artisans worked on their products for the day. They weren't blowing glass (actually I didn't manage to find a place with people doing this), but were creating those quite large beautiful curved sculptures (reminiscent of koru). They made it look easy, but I don't ...