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Our last stop in Italy was Venice. We stayed in a camping hostel on the mainland which was actually quite cool. They have tent sites but also rows of trailer style cabins with bunks and private bathrooms. They also had their own supermarket, bar, restaurant and pool. Bonus - we had aircon!!!
We started our first day in Venice with a walking tour - our only one we managed to do in Italy. Our guide was great. The tour took us around a lot of the ...
... away next to a busy piazza with coffee shops below us. Mum went to the local supermarket and we had a big dinner of mushroom pasta , made with all sorts of interesting and unusual mushrooms that mum found at the market. We relaxed watching movies and prepared ourselves for a big day in old Venice tomorrow. Bye for now - Grace
... need to give Piccolo Mondo a shot. They wander around for 20-30 min in search before coming across a shady looking door that must be Piccolo Mondo. They ring the bell and a man in a full suit comes down to ask them what they're looking for and when they clearly don't provide the right answer he says that the place is closed. This is clearly a lie, but the group of 4 tourists probably never had any shot at getting ...
... ride and it would have been amazing except our gondolier didn't stop talking to the gondolier in front of him! It was still cool though! Went to a linen shop and learnt the different types of linen and how long it can take! Their most expensive table cloth was $21,000! We then went to a glass factory and saw a guy make a horse in 2 minutes! Venice is an absolutely amazing place and I would recommend ...
... which are main attraction in Venetian churches and museums. We enjoyed seeing art by artist, such as Picasso, Jackson Pollock, Mior, de Chirico, Magritte, Kandinsky, Mondrian, and Malevich. A visit to this museum including an audio guide was well worth the cost of over 35 Euros (about $47).
The Guggenheim also had a very strange special exhibit called “For Your Eyes Only.” The exhibit had approximately 120 works from the ...