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... like the Greeks want the Elgin marbles back? Walked along the canal to see the Bridge of Sighs next to the Doge's Palace. Checked out the entry price for the museum but did not go in today even though there was no queue, as we were getting too tired! Walked back and over the Academia Bridge where we passed a great modern sculpture of bicycles all arranged neatly in rows and tiers. (How was this allowed in Old Venice?) although flagging, we found our way back ...
... on hunks aside... Back to the ham 'no eggs, chef is clearly deeply unhappy with the concept of cooking ham on anything except a pizza, so he's cremated it. The Americans are close to breaking point, meanwhile I enjoy the ham, cheese and the wondrous concept that is 'cake for breakfast' I'll report further on the 'cram' (cremated ham), the American mutiny & the hotel 'Liz proof ...
... twists and turns, through the Jewish ghetto & eventually out towards the Rialto bridge. It was here where we bumped into our dear friends from group 7 (the high schooler). From then on we went of a spot of lunch, drinks and some evening giggles. We had to leave them to go watch the history of Venice show which Grace is performing in. TEATRO SAN GALLO is where we come to see Grace. Beforehand she did warn us that is wasn't the best piece of theatre on the market but it was great ...
... it harder for invaders to infiltrate, as Venice is made up of 118 islands. The city was not actually built on the islets. Instead, its structures are supported by a series of wooden platforms. These platforms are secured by additional structures placed in the sea. The islands themselves were not strong enough to support a regular building so there are millions of 'piles' underneath the Venetian lagoon. One church has over 1million 11ft pillars.
I read an interesting ...
... I stuck to eating ciccheria, like the Italians - standing up at the bar, and ordering little sandwiches and other appetizers displayed behind the glass.
As for nightlife, it is pretty dead once the tourists go to sleep because the local workers apparently take the train to the Mestre on the mainland, or the boat to Lido (a more residential and trendy nearby island with beaches and local's bars). However, there is a University in Venice, ...