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Travel Blogs from Venice
Can you be in love with a city? Because I think I am!
There are not enough adjectives to describe this watery world. I knew it would be unique, but the pictures, which are stunningly charming, can not recreate the atmosphere of this well-maintained 1,000 year + old city brimming with history and oodles of charm. Although Venice was chock-full with crowds, we felt very safe. The city is clean, the food is expensive and the ...
... they were. We'd like to return in the fall at some point to actually see them in use, because they seem fairly precarious. For lunch we stopped at a small enoteca, with a stone patio covered in grapevines, overlooking the ravine just north of town, and the Mediterranean. Afterwards we wandered the town a bit, and got a good view of the trail to Manarola, which quickly showed us why it is currently closed. From a distance we could count at least three different slides that had wiped out ...
... to look like the one.
MILAN - arrived about 11 am. Surprised by huge Milan, with heavy industry, lots of electronics businesses. Downtown is rich, rich, rich. Has super elegant shops, a 6 block arcade that is to die for. We saw unbelievable fashionable clothes, shoes, leather goods, jewelry, etc., viewed by thousands of chic shoppers. It is hard to ...
With a hint of blue sky peeking through the gray clouds on December 30th, we decided to go up (via elevator) in the Campanile (Bell Tower).
From the top of the tower, standing just under the huge bells, you get a full 360 degree view. Having seen highly detailed fifteenth century paintings in museums, it's very apparent that the landscape and architecture haven't changed a bit in ...
We’re beat but happy that we spent two days in Venice. It’s said that 80,000 people a day come
here during the tourist season and we were right there in its midst. Off the
ship we go from the bus shuttle to the “people mover”. In a city with no cars we are
apparently on a little spit of land near the ports that abuts the Piazza Roma,
where we first meet the vaporetti.
This is Venice’s public transportation system, ...