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... as new was built in the 50s :-D. I imagine most of the construction effort would be maintenance, especially as our guide mentioned they don't demolish buildings here. The walking tour concluded with a gondola ride which was fun and provided a different perspective again of Venice.
We're going to spend some time tomorrow "getting lost" which will hopefully increase the love - we will be steering clear of the Piazza!
... insist we should try it out during our stay! After a lovely cool shower we head into the small suburb & find a pub for dinner. The hotel said restaurants only open at 7pm for dinner. We are starving as we were so busy rushing around to see Venice we ended up eating two gelatos each for lunch from different stands. The best one was meringue mousse. Literally like eating meringue before it's cooked, fluffy as a cloud, sweet & ...
... the very top, unimaginatively quiet and peaceful.
Hunger came upon as and we climbed up and up the very steep Via st Sebastian to find our lunchtime venue closed so we returned down, passing the most beautiful homes and finding a place to fill the very large hole in our bellies. Lunch was melanzane, ribs, salad, pasta, all good and delicious.
We meandered back home to rest our bodies before feeling the attraction of yet another icecream.
Our last day found us eating in ...
... and the weather was perfect!
Sometimes the streets were so crowded, it was slow moving. Today-May 1st is a bank holiday, so there were lots of people off work.
Took the water taxi back to the bus station. It went thru the Grand Canal, but I didn't take any photos the second time. I gave my window seat to a French woman so she could enjoy it.
Back to the hotel. I get to sleep in tomorrow. Heading for Florence in the afternoon. Tour on the 3rd. ...
... modern part of Venice, Venice Mestre, and over a narrow bridge onto the historic island. We walked out of the train station and were right on to the Grand Canal. Since there are no roads in Venice that support motorized vehicles we were obliged to take a water-bus (Vaporetto) to our hotel. The view of the canal was amazing. Our hotel was near the Rialto Bridge, we traversed the narrow passages and found our way without much difficulty. As ...