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... how long I could realistically spend there. I'll expand upon this in full when I've finished travelling in October but the lists consists of: places I could see myself living in permanently; places I could dig for six months or so; places I would at least like to explore a bit more, even if only for a week or two; and places that I never plan to step foot in again.
So where does Venice belong? At least in the second category, maybe even the first. I liked it that ...
... wine and a call home as they have free WiFii. We are directed to the faster vaporetta and get back to San Zaccharia in record time. Back on our little terrace having some Pino Grigio and doing my blog, while Rick has a siesta. Dinner will be late for us tonight, probably around 8:00. So now very hungry and on the advice of our hotel manager, Claudio, we head to Antica Sacrestia as we are looking for beef, particularly Florentine beef, that we hear is very good. It is ...
... the 'new' prison. By that time it was almost closing so we took a few pictures from the courtyard then headed back towards the hotel to find somewhere to eat. We ended up at a nice restaurant on the second level overlooking a canal where we had some yummy pasta and wine. Still feeling jet lagged, it was another early night, which was ok as there wasn't too much happening and a lot of places had ...
... The flight to Venice went smoothly otherwise. We got to fly into yet another tiny airport (although they had ten gates instead of four). The shuttle was only about half an hour to the city center which was a relief after our experience in Paris.
When we got in to Venice, our hotel instructions told us that we should take a four minute water taxi ride to get there. Ultimately, we decided to just walk because the taxis were confusing and ...
The train from Ljubljana to Venice was god awful. We boarded at 2:30 AM and found the main compartments totally full except for our 2 reserved seats. Thank goodness we had reservations! Apparently, the train is from Budapest to Venice with a stopover in Zagreb and Ljubljana, and it seemed to be rather popular. The train was definitely not set up to help passengers sleep-- all of the lights were on the whole time and the train made a massive racket ...