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DAY6: 18th April  Vaporetto to Burano (famous for its colour!)

 A map of Burano

On the way to the Co-Op, early rubbish removal

One of very many tour groups

Early and empty San Marco

Misty Morning

The Bridge of Sighs


The Prison door          A lamp

We took the long Vaporetto journey to Burano using a City Day Pass, 20euro

From the Vaporetto

Cafe by the Vaporetto stop

Putting out the washing

She was having a loud chat with a friend on the other side of the canal

Burano is famous for lace

We sat outside a bar for a coffee and watched the passers by



 A detail

The Lace Museum was shut

WC costs 1.5euro

Our rather reluctant coffee waitress

A happy event!

Papillion and Chihuahuas were everywhere

Maintaining the colour

The best shots are from the bridge

A small street market

Our lunch seat

Kids play some form of hide and seek

Not up to standard


The bridge to Corte Terranova

Lace Dresses

A mirror reflects light shades

Glass figures

Locals banter


Shop keeper

Shadow Pattern

Cuddly toys

By mistake, we arrived back at Fondamenta Nuove and tried to walk back along the coast which would have been impossible, see map, and so walked back to Celestia, although Bacini would have been OK.

An Ambulance parked by the Ospedale


Campo San Francesco

Inside San Francesco delia Vigna


Liceo Scientifico

Double Banksian Rose

Santa Maria Assunta (I Gesuiti)

Sand Lizard on the path


Waiting for the vaporetto

Day 7