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36 Hours in Venice

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We will be traveling to Venice in mid April with our three children ages 16, 12 & 9. We will have spent 5 full days in Rome and are taking the train, arriving in Venice around 2pm. We are staying near Campo San Maurizio. My thoughts were drop our bags at the hotel, walk over to Piazza San Marco for a snack/gelato and maybe check out the Basilica San Marco for the afternoon. The kids have all asked to take a gondola ride, which I thought would be fun to take to dinner that evening. We then have all day Friday- what do you suggest? On my "list" are Doges Palace, Rialto Market, Peggy Guggenheim, or possibly visit Burano and have lunch there. Would welcome any suggestions or ideas. Thanks in advance!

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