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Ideas re Venice off the beaten track?

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Our ship will stop in Venice on Sunday Sept. 18. This will be our 3rd time there and we have happily wandered all over the place already, so were trying to find some off-the-beaten track things to do. My list of possibilities includes Palazzo Contarini del Bovolo, Santa Maria dei Miracoli, Fondazione Querini Stampalia, and/or a tour of Teatro La Fenice (the latter not being off the beaten track but somehow we haven't done it before). I have not yet tracked where these are all located; I'm just trying to get some ideas-- espec. since we'll be there on a Sunday. I contacted a tour co. (L'Altra Venezia) that offers visits to artisans' workshops but haven't heard back from them. Yes, we've already visited the gondola workshop. We have from 8 to 7. Any other neat things to do/see? Thanks!

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