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- Banquet room
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... a mess to start. Like I said, our luck on the walking tours was not so hot. We got up and took our bags to the train station before heading to the square in which we believed our free walking tour began. Of course, this was not the tour start, however. We still had 20 minutes until it began so we ran quickly to a water taxi. The driver asked us for 70 euros, which we immediately declined. We ran next to the water bus and paid for our tickets ...
... to dawn. They were made to wear certain color hats or Jewish stars sewn on their clothes so they could be clearly identified. Apparently Hitler was not the originator of that idea. The area was closed by gates watched by guards. A guard stands vigil here today but, rather than keep Jews in, his mission is to thwart anyone who might wish to commit an act of terrorism here.
Back those nearly 500 years ago, Jews could be doctors (because ...
... off for 2 hours for George Clooney's wedding. We didn't see it or even notice it frankly. Words cannot describe being Venice and having our host with us. Our Venetian style hotel is right next to the Grand Canal and we have been on a private ferry / taxi everywhere we go. M caught up with D and has a cold too, but we have soldiered on because so much exciting things going on!!! At 12pm We had a guided tour of St Marco's ...
... of the canal. Inside there 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.
... and little paved streets with traditional food stores, you could get lost here forever. Lunch is next and a large group of the Contiki family have chosen to eat at one of the restaurants suggested to us by our Tour Manager Bec. We sit with Holly and Bree and decide to order some sharing plates so we can all try a little something different. We chose 2 pastas, carbonara, a pumpkin ravioli and a hot ...