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TripAdvisor Reviews 3C Venice
Travel Blogs from Venice
... the boat all of the way around Venice for 30 minutes. We used the rest of the time to lose ourselves in the maze like streets and alleyways, eventually leading us to a cheap gelato shop with very nice gelato, 3 scoops for 3 euro, how good is that deal. Jack proceeded to drop half of his ice cream whilst walking around. After this many of us returned to the square for relaxation and observation of the scenery. By this time ...
... the shuttle back to the hotel to take a dip in the rooftop pool, which is very refreshing! When we see how fantastic the sun looks from this perspective, we take a seat at the only rooftop bar in Venice to watch the sunset. Once the skies are dark, we take a boat back across the Guidecca Canal in search of somewhere to eat dinner. The island seems deserted; there are definitely not as many people around as we both expected. As we walk past many of ...
... easy to use. We purchase our biglietti from the ticket booth (7,00pp for a single (one-hour) trip), locate the No 2 "bus stop", remember to validate our tickets in the little machines outside and then surge forward with everyone else when the boat arrives. Although busy, we find a space where we can experience our first water trip quite comfortably, and I immediately claim the vaporetto as my favourite ever mode of transport. ...
... Suddenly we realised we had 5 minutes to get back to the tour that realistically takes 15 minutes to walk back too. I knew I needed to get fit before we left Melbourne for a reason. Never run so fast in the most inappropriate attire in my life. Now I know why Melbournians love black!! But luckily we made it!
... Walked for a while and found one place that was blowing glass but they were only making paperweights while they waited for a special group to come through so we watched that then headed off to find a shady spot to eat our picnic. We probably looked like a pair of neanderthals with our big pork hock, but we figured we were just doing what Romans had been doing at banquets years ago :) It was pretty good, closest thing to a roast either of us had eaten in ...