I like all the 'love lock's attached to the wooden Accademia Bridge.
St. Mark's Square. Hard believe I was once the only person standing in this square! (It was late at night in the middle of an extremely heavy rain storm!)
Another of my favourites - the pink Venetian glass lamps.
Harry looking out to San Giorgio Maggiore. Scott and I had gone up the church tower, and looked back over to Venice when we came before.
We didn't spend ages up the Campanile, because as you can probably tell from the photo below, Harry needed the toilet... (which we eventually found, and cost us 1.50 Euros each!)
The bridge of Sighs.
We then headed to the busiest part of Venice - the area around the Rialto Bridge, on the Grand Canal. We listened to some musicians for a bit, bought a few souvenirs, and a tie for Scott, then sat by the canal for a while, and soaked in the sights and bustle and sunshine - loved it!!
Lucy's photo in a mirrored window...
Driving back, near Vicenza.
We got back to Sarah's by about 3.30pm. The kids all went and played, Scott had a rest, and Sarah and I filled in more gaps in our lives - how we met our husbands etc, and chatted 'craft stuff'. Sarah had cooked for us again, and the kids didn't go to bed late, then we talked around the dining table till about 9pm. At about 9.30pm, Scott and I were in our room - I was downloading some photos, and Scott was reading in bed, when I felt some shaking, and a moment later there was a longer, stronger shaking - an earthquake! It lasted for a few seconds, but I was a bit worried - about the kids, and if there would be more, and stronger ones. There had been a few earthquakes in Italy the week before we came on holiday - and that had certainly been on my mind, especially when we had been going up the Campanile in Venice. I had said a prayer, asking for safety. Anyway, I went to bed a bit worried, but quickly fell asleep, and had a good night's sleep.