In Burano, it’s not just the colourful walls, it’s the whole ensemble of matching curtains, windows, and walls! This particular style of window covering – stripes in matching colour of the walls, was unique to Burano (at least we didn’t spot any in Venice). Burano is such a small island that you don’t even need a map or sense of direction. It was completely free to be discovered without a worry of getting lost. And we were happy to lose ourselves sometimes in the cozy backyard of someone’s charming home.
What a wonderful place of a backyard! It was a arch of shrub with a little heart shaped plate hanging.
Back at Murano for a satisfying lunch at the B restaurant. A definite MUST-try. The seafood pasta was loaded with the freshest muscles and clams it was a flavour explosion.
Then we finally made it back to Venice, for a stroll basked in Venecian dusk.
I would be selfish if I didn’t mention what a hidden treasure Dorso Duro was. It’s a much quieter area near the Academia Galleries. The waterfront was the most perfectly beautiful location to take in the sunset. Everything was glowing – the beautiful buildings, the water, the bridges, and the colourful gondolas. And as a bonus, it wasn’t flocked by tourists!!! What a relaxing and mesmerizing evening.