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... as exciting, but was neat to see what the palace looked like it it's heyday. The most famous palace, of course is the Doge's Palace. The doge was the ruler of Venice at the peak of the city's power. We toured this old palace and got to see where the rulers worked. Next to the palace is the prison connected by the Bridge of Sighs. The bridge is where the prisoners would get their last view of Venice before their execution or prison sentence. The nearby Correr ...
... ceiling and watched the canals and bridges in the big lightning storm. People running for cover and thunder, lightning and even hail. It was a really great place to relax until the storm just disappeared as soon as it arrived. We then jumped on the water bus which winds its way along the main canals and ends up back at the bus terminal to our home. It was a fantastic day in Venice and it was exactly like we had imagined from all the books we have read and ...
... group for brinner and they start crushing the 2 euro double bottles of wine that they grabbed at the market in hopes of finding an actual Venice late night scene this night. Once they've finished those they're definitely sufficiently prepped for the evening and head out in search of some fun.
The rain seems to have left the city borderline deserted and things don't look great for a 2nd straight night. They ...
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I walked around some more until it was real dinner time and I found a place that had some eggplant spaghetti. The place was small and apparently they had a lot of reservations, so I was seated outside. It wasn't so bad at first, but by the end, even my sweatshirt wasn't keeping the cold off. I was very thankful to get to my warm bed back at the ...
... was the water taxi ride back to the train station. During the day this is an incredibly scenic journey, as it takes you by so many Venetian-style homes, other boats in the water, and even goes under the famous Rialto bridge.
Thinking back on the food here, I can't really say I had a great meal. That's my fault, as when you get to touristy areas like this you must do your research, as they're full of mediocre yet expensive restaurants trying to capitalize on all the tourists. ...