We visited Venice in October 2008. It's now January 2009, but I didn't get around to posting about our trip here until now.


We got to see Venice while it was still dry, at least part of the time. When we arrived in the afternoon we took a vaporetto to get to St. Mark's Square (San Marco) which was close to our hotel. We had a very nice evening, but wondered what the funny-looking platforms we saw in the square were used for. The next morning we found out. The square was flooded that morning, but was dry again in the afternoon. So we got to see both aspects of the city.


This is the square with St. Mark's and the campanile tower.









Unfortunately the bridge of Sighs was undergoing renovation and was mostly boarded up. This is all we could see of it. In case it's not clear, the bridge is right in the middle of this photo with everything around it boarded up.


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Jim and Ceci's visit to Venice


Maureen said…
OH wow, I am so glad I stopped by and found this post! I hope we can get to Venice for our next trip to Italy! I have been sporadic at best with blogging of late, so I almost missed this!
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