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... continued on throughout the palaza, where we came across the weapons used by the Venetians in wars. There was so many things it was incredible. There were cross bows, spears, swords, guns, guns that were also crossbows and spears, swords that were also guns ...... (etc), we all saw the Venetians armour which was a little strange as they looked like you couldn't see through them. Anyway we eventually started to enter ...
... Venice. Venice is a city in the north east of Italy consisting of a group of 118 small islands separate by canals and linked by bridges. It is located in the marshy Venetian Lagoon which stretches along the shoreline, between the mouths of the Poand the Piave Rivers. Venice is renowned for the beauty of its setting, its architecture and its artworks. Arriving at the lagoon island we proceed to our hotel, Papadopoli. Rooms were small compared to previous ...
... the lights went out. When I asked one of the attendants what was going on, he replied that they only switch the lights on for one hour per day (11:30-12:30). We had lucked out! The Basilica is still impressive without the lights but nothing like what it's like when it is lit up.
Climbing the stairs to the mezzanine level gave the best view of the vast mosaic patterns in the floor. It also provided access to the Museum which had extensive ...
... as we had the general direction. The streets were full of little shops some touristy some more of an artisan nature. Venice was definitely a tourist place and the venetian population is dying as everybody is moving to the mainland. It’s ironic that the canals that once made the Venice the center of commerce is now a hindrance for everyday life.
We took Viporetto which could have been better with sunnier weather but we had great seats and ...
The highlight for me today was definitely the gondola ride along the Venetian canals. Each gondola seats six people, and I shared with Kate, Vicki, Viesh, Richelle and Matt. Our gondolier was very chatty, mostly with the other gondoliers who were out and about, but did point out a few things to us along the way including the green on the canal walls that indicates the fluctuation in water level, a statue of the last Doges (see explanation below), and ...
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