B&B Dorsoduro 461
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... places of the city and avoided St Marks Square and the 100,000 tourists that are always there!
The tour discussed how the city was founded and how the houses were built. The city is made up of 118 small islands separated by canals and bridges. It can be quite a maze to get anywhere! There are no cars though the water buses make up for this by honking frequently. We also learnt about the plague doctors and plague maskes which have inspired ...
MONDAY: Woke to a warm and sunny morning as we headed off once again, making our way across Northern Italy towards Venice.
We stopped at lunch time in Verona, a beautiful city in the corner of the Venetto region, famous in that it is the hometown of the feuding families of Romeo and Juliet, and it has the oldest and most well preserved Roman building in it's amphitheatre/arena. As Christian said, it's no wonder Shakespeare found his inspiration in ...
... They finally give up on the night and Venice in general and head back to Davide's to get a few hours of sleep.
Overall Venice has been a bit of a disappointment, too many tourists, no nightlife, and unnecessary prices. Still, like everywhere else, the group managed to have a good time and now they head to sleep needing to get up in a few hours for their half-day train to Munich leaving very early morning.
Well today is another day of travelling - with approximately 6 hours on a bus, watching the scenery flash by on our way to Venice! Leaving the Hotel Europa Salzburg around 7:30ish only to arrive at our next hotel in Mestre around 2pm. I know that the time on the coach will be well worth it as after checking in we are then off for a gondola ride on the canals of beautiful Venice. We will also be packing in lots of other sites including Piazza ...
... of Richard and Ulla Dreyfus-Best. Pieces from the Middle Ages to the present day, the paintings, sculptures, drawings, and artifacts reveal the influential power of art through the ages. Some of the pieces were depictions of what “hell” would be like. We did not know what to make of this exhibit.
There is a beautiful and peaceful garden behind the home were Peggy and many of her dogs are buried. As you can imagine, ...