Jump on a Vaporetto and see the Venice of the 21st century. When strolling around in the "old" Venice, one feels like walking among sets of a theater play and more often than not have the impression of being in hallow city. It isn't easy to have an insight into what real life in Vencie can be like.
La Giudecca gives this opportunity: only a short vaporetto ride away - not accessible across a bridge - and one finds itself in a part of town one would call "the suburbs" should it not be in Venice, and the best view over to the Place of San Marco. Long quais, old warehouses turned into appartment houses, shops and spacious streets (in venetian standards) await those who take the ride and their chances to see the other side of Venice.
Elton John's house is one of the famous residents of the place - and after asking about his house "Where is Elton John's house?" and getting only the answer of "There is no Hilton here." - one understands why.
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