La Gondola Rossa
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... naturally it turned out to be the water bus, called the vaporetto. I've taken it twice while I've been here - once the evening I arrived, and once yesterday - using the ticket that I hadn't validated when I arrived. (A story coming.) Population on each vaporetto that I took was markedly different. I arrived on Sunday evening, and the vaporetto seemed busy then. It wasn't even close to what I have seen since. Yesterday, it was like a can of sardines. ...
... American couple in here and they insisted on taking our photo outside the shop. Later in the day we stopped in another cafe during a rainy thunderstorm and chatted for a while to a Sth African couple who were proudly telling us of their two week great but scary adventure driving around Italy. We were comparing stories and laughing at often having the same emotions during the experience (fear) lol. In reality though these times were few but I think ...
... 8364;2 extra for it and it filled us up for dinner. At about 7.30 they were getting ready to serve real dinner and so we left and walked towards the bus station. We found a restaurant to have dessert and ordered a tartufo - ice cream with a chocolate centre coated in crunchy pieces and tiramisu. We also got a limoncello which is served straight, very cold in a glass, it was quite nice. We walked back to the bus station and went ...
... 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.
We slept in this morning, so after breakfast of left over focaccia, we set out to visit Murano and Burano Islands. Murano is famous for its glass making and Burano for lace.
It took about 40 minutes on the vaporetto to reach Murano. In 1291 all the glassmakers from Venice were moved to Murano to contain the fire risk from their ovens. I didn't think Terry would enjoy the glass blowing demonstrations and all the shops, so we ...