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... power city-state and a very wealthy place with many fine villas' where rich merchants lived. The main square, San Marco square has the alleged remains of St Mark one of the authors of the Gospels. The Venetian empire stole his remain from Alexandria, Egypt and made built a golden Basilica or church with his tomb.
We took a Gondola ride in the evening. This is the one thing Kinda and I really looked forward to being on our honeymoon and ...
Someone had a nap which helped with their mood. Ahem.
We asked the concierge at our pensione for a dinner recommendation and we managed to follow her directions without getting lost. Dinner was delicious and included a chocolate torta which also helped improve my mood.
It is a beautiful night here in Venice, just right for a stroll through the streets ...
... along with a cow bell ringing and the Swiss flag flying. It was very nice and most of the passengers commented favourably.
It was still raining this morning when we had just got underway and this made the journey a little awkward, as we were unable to get any photographic shots from the bus.
While on the journey to Lugano, we drove along the Autobahn, which included the 3rd longest tunnel in the world along with many other ...
... in the evening they shared their table with a couple from Atlanta, who were visiting their daughter who was studying Italian and Philosphy in Florence and who had travelled to Venice to spend the week with them. They had a very enjoyable evening discussing the joys of travelling the world and the happiness it brings to people.
Video Girl and Battery Boy started with a shared tasting menu of appetisers which included spider crab pate, gurbell ...
... as the city is sinking, and floods for up to a month of each calendar year. The paving in St Marcos square and in the basilica is where it is most obvious being very uneven with areas starting to sink and collapse. It is believed the city will only have around 80 years left in existence. A privilege to be able to see it in our lifetime but also sad to hear that our children's children will not experience this unique place!
Next we ...