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... after we left Innsbruck and we had some lovely scenes as we crossed the Brenner Pass. The weather is still fine in Italy as we head toward Verona though the cloud was increasing. The light fades quickly after 4.30 so by the time we neared Venice it was dark. Our arrival at Venice Santa Lucia station was a little later than scheduled but our hotel was only 300 metres from the station and once we had hold of a map we found it easily. Our room on the first floor was spacious ...
... like a cat face, Dan liked the intricate ones with tons of extras.. like feathers and bells.
After a few hours of wandering we finally decided to bite the bullet and buy something. I fell in love with this beautiful glass necklace and we bought two. Then Dan wanted this glass wine stopper, so we got those. And of course Dan see magnets.... knowing his brother's obsession with magnets he had to get some. 12 magnets later.... we are done for the day.
... original poles, now hundreds of years old. Some of the bigger buildings are sitting on nearly a million poles each! They are fine, it's the stone that is now suffering from the erosion of flooding and the wash of boats. The water is now rising 1 mm a year. It's such a problem they are building a sea wall that can be raised during king tides to stop the flooding, due for completion in 18 months. We had a ...
For dinner we ventured back across Canale Della Giudecca to a pizzeria called Casin dei Nobili. We sat right at the tables on the edge of the canal, so close I was concerned if we knocked the salt & pepper off the table they would have fallen in the water! I ordered a Diavola which has salami piccante (spicy) on it… right up my alley. It was bloody good, as was the Creme Brûlée which followed. ...
... and amount of stuff being sold. Nicholas bought a face mask with a long nose.... It is amazing how a day can get away from one. We next tried to get to Murano island to see some glass blowing. We finally made it over on the ferry only to discover that they had stopped for the day. We made a few purchases but the children were really disappointed. As we came out a storm had blown up from nowhere and we got absolutely drenched. We were running around trying ...