Though this was probably worth the money, we did find it very crowded and rushed. In the glass making demo we were crowded onto steps and around "cheek to cheek " as the guide said. Being at the back and not very tall I saw nothing. We had a quick look round then it was time to return to boat. The next stop of Torcello was a 5-10 minute walk from boat and after finding a loo which cost me 1.50 euro and a quick sandwich it was back on board. The final stop at Burano was a bit more relaxed and a pretty place to stop. The guide went over all the details en route in 5 different languages which was a bit irritating in the end and at the beginning her pa system was playing up so we missed quite a bit of her information, although it was obvious she was well informed. She did suggest talking to her with any questions when we docked but with all the rushing that would have been impossible. I would mention that as it was so full before we started, one young couple actually left and I do wonder what happened to them.
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