A small kosher market/bakery in the former ghetto. Venice's ghetto was Europe's first, and the source of the word itself.
Along one of the main shopping drags
Everyone here is a tourist.
A glassworks shop
Carnival masks inside a display case...
Very bad shot of the Rialto bridge
On the Rialto
View of the Grand Canal, from the Rialto
A street sign, or more accurately, a bridge sign
Aside from a few public parks, most of Venice's greenery is confined to private gardens.
Vaporetto (waterbus) station. But we walked.
What's a Chinese lantern doing in Venice? Advertising a Chinese restaurant, of course.
View out to sea, from along the northern edge of the city: on the left is the causeway that links Venice to the mainland.
This is not a tomb; it's the top of a gate.
A small part of a large piazza
Venetian fare: sweets, sandwiches, and pasta
Pasta comes in many varieties here: beetroot, cuttlefish...
and smoked salmon are just a few.
Ferro at the head of a gondola. The six teeth represent the six divisions of the city.
Clock on a tower
Dilapidated beauty ... or beautiful dilapidation?
A recurring question for the visitor.
Bridges make the whole city accessible by foot. It adds up to a lot of steps though.
A canal in the midst of repairs