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Natural History Museum of Venice – Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia

Today was a bit exciting for me as Adell and I wandered the streets of Venice looking for the Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia. (Location) I had the address (S. Croce 1730 – 30135 VENEZIA – tel. (+39) 0412750206 ) … Continue reading

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Burano Island, Venice, Italy

Tonight we traveled to Burano Island for a fish dinner. One of the interesting features of Burano Island is the colorful nature of the homes. Each is a different color.

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Venice fish market & fruit market

Today our guided tour lead us to venice’s fish and fruit market which is located a very short distance north of the Rialto Bridge. The fish were certainly fresh but not still alive, unlike the invertebrates many of which were … Continue reading

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Venice, Italy – canals, gondolas and a lot more

Today we started the day with a visit to a glass blowing factory on Murano Island. Then it was off to St. Mark’s Square on the main island.

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Murano Island, Venice, Italy

Murano Island & Glassblowing in Italy We started the morning off with a boat trip to Murano Island to watch a glassblowing demonstration. After the glassblowing demonstration, other members of the tour group took a look at the various blown … Continue reading

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Venice at Night

If you thought Venice was nice during the day, wait until it gets dark, then your looking at picturesque Churches, Cathedrals, and canals. All very pretty and very easy to Photograph without a tripod as there are plenty of walls … Continue reading

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Venice – City of Canals

Venice, one of the cities I really wanted to see on this trip to Europe. For one reason, because of its unique canal structure and flare, and secondly its sinking. Although I’m not into all that hype about it actually … Continue reading

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