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Venice, A New Day!

A New Day in Venice, Italy

A New Day in Venice, Italy

9am. Up early, eat breakfast, out the door we go. We couldn’t wait to explore Venice! Oh, woe is me! We are bumper to bumper, head to head, squeezed together! The cruise ships are in and hordes of people are in groups of twenty to thirty! At the top of the bridge way, the group stops and takes pictures and the group behind them, waiting on the stairs, practically rear ends them! We need to re-think our picture taking times! I can’t see anything, but the back of someone’s head! Back to the hotel to re-group.

The Masses are Arriving!

The Masses are Arriving!

New day! 6am. We are up and out. The streets are empty! Yeah! We can take lovely pictures. What is that man doing? It’s a UPS man delivering goods. What a job that is!  Pulling and pushing the dollies up all those stairs and bridges! What’s that in the boats? Fluffy white bundles of laundry, pick up and delivery of sheets and more sheets! What a job that would be! The men row up to little doors along the water. The doors open and out comes the bundled dirty laundry and in goes the fresh! The vegetable man is in another boat, delivering fruits and vegetables in the same fashion. Wow, it pays to be up early and see all the action! 9 am, done with pictures for this morning.  Back to the hotel to eat breakfast.  Good morning, good morning, lovely day! We’ll rest up after breakfast and head out again after 1pm when the cruisers are done. Perfect day!

Delivery!

Delivery Day!

Another Dock! Another Delivery!

Another Dock, Another Delivery!

Vegetables and Fruits!

Vegetables and Fruits!

Quiet Walkways!

Ah, Quiet Walkways!

Quiet Here Too!

Quiet Here Too!

Peaceful Here!

Peaceful Here!

NoBody Up Here!

All Tucked in Here!

Shh!

Shh!

 

Parked and Waiting!

Parked and Waiting!

What’s down this way? Oh, it dead ends at the water! Re-tracing our steps. Have we been in this area before? There certainly are a lot of little walkways! We need to drop breadcrumbs, we never go the same way twice! Look up! Oh, I see it! The Rialto Bridge is this way!

Always Look Up!

Always Look Up!

Look Up Again!

Look Up Again!

Rialto Bridge, Venice, Italy

Rialto Bridge, Early Early Morning!  Venice, Italy

St Marks Square that way. As long as we can find these markings we will be able to find our way back, I think! Look at all these shops! 

Fancy!

Fancy Pants!

Need a Mask?

Need a Mask?

Gloves Anyone?

Gloves Anyone?

How About a Hat?

How About a Hat?

Tea and Milk!

Tea and Milk!

Candy!

Candy!

One sells just gloves! One sells just hats! Wow, that certainly is skimpy underwear! A little bar here. A juice shop there. Oh, another little church. Oh, look at this small shrine!

Shrine, Venice, Italy

 A Shrine in Venice, Italy

Oh What a Lovely Balcony!

Oh! What a Lovely Balcony!

1pm. Where are we? Are we on this map? I need to sit down. I guess it’s time for some vino! How about here?

Very Quiet Here!

Very Quiet Here!

This Looks Like a Perfect Spot!

This Looks Like a Perfect Spot!

Or This Place!

Or This Place!

Or Here!

Or Here!

How About This One?

How About This One?

Let’s just try them all! Another perfect day in Venice!

Ok This One!

Ok This One!

6pm. Repeat the above! Oh, I need to sit down! Time for vino! How about this restaurant?

This One Looks Great!

This One Looks Great!

Maybe This One? We Haven't Been Here!

Maybe This One? We Haven’t Been Here Yet!

 

Our Favorite!

Our Favorite!

Our Favorite! Rosa Rossa! Enjoy!

We're Not Going to Starve in Italy!!

We’re Not Going to Starve in Italy!!

2 Responses to “Venice, A New Day!”

  1. AnnetteM

    Now I am even more determined to go to Venice. It has been on my wish list for a long time. Great post – thanks.

    Reply

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