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Travel Blogs from Venice
we have made it from Switzerland through to italy and Bongourno to you all..
we left Grindelwald with a plan to drive to Lake como... seemed easy ... but the trip involved some of the highest and narrowest montain roads.... 60 kms of up up up and then down down down.. evenntually we came out at Lake Como..however the place we booked was really …
... boat's full complement of passengers. Passengers come from USA, Canada and Australia.
I had missed the planned excursions this morning, ie Doge's Palace, Bridge of Sighs and Piazza San Marco (St Mark's Square) but know I'll be able to see these during my extra days in Venice. However, I was in time for the private night visit to St Mark's Basilica. This was really a very special way to see the church as we were the only people ...
In the morning we hung out at the hostel until it was time to catch our train. The journey was 6.5 hours, so lucky we had two nice Italians, Sylvia and Mikael, and a cool Australian guy called Dominic (who teaches psychology at the University of Melbourne) to share the time with.
We talked, slept, joked, took photos and had a late lunch with Dominic in the restaurant cart. The alpine scenery was breathtaking, and it seemed like we passed a castle every ...
... and emotional week, saying her farewell to all her dear friends that she had made, packing up all her belongings and of course travelling which is too pleasant. We talked a little and then set off to bed ready for our next adventure From Agordo. Paola and Alessandro were picking us up in the morning whilst Ben and Kaya were catching the train to Belluno as fitting luggage in the cars would be a problem. It should be a great! I am looking forward to ...
... watching the boats, seeing ancient buildings and bridges still used daily. While there are a few sidewalks, most of them go between stacks of buildings that bulge and lean. Long rods of steel run front to back through some of them to maintain stability, with bolts on the front and back of the buildings like we have seen in Charleston, SC. In that town, the bolts were added to 'tighten up' houses weakened by a huge earthquake. Here ...
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