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... bridge to our hotel. These guys were just being nice just as Steve does when he see’s other woman struggling with a heavy lift. A few make it bad for many.
By 6pm we were really feeling the day so went and had a beautiful meal, shared a ½ bottle of wine and went to the hotel for a big sleep. Our room is ok – typical Venice – tiny.
Tomorrow the cruise – whoo ...
... yogurt, croissant, few cereal options and coffee. Sigh, fake Rice Krispies again. After breakfast had a 30 minute bus ride to the water taxi. Packed that boat to capacity with our group and another EF group. Was going to be about a 30 or 40 minute trip but I almost immediately fell asleep. We walked from the dock to meet our tour guide and she then walked us to the center square. Venice was seeming to be what I expected and more. You see pictures of all ...
Weather today was was a little cloudy and cooler than yesterday but still pleasant.
This morning we had the free breakfast at the hotel. Inside seating at the 4 small tables was crowded so we ate outside. It seemed very European to eat outside with people walking by. A typical breakfast here consist of various crescent rolls and coffee. I think the rest of what they had to offer was to accommodate american guest.
I got to wear my convertible short pants ...
... visited earlier while going through the Doge's palace when we went across the Bridge of Sighs. It was a lovely way to end the day and the last night in Venice.Afterwards we headed back to the hotel to pack and have our final night in Venice.
I just want to note that at no time walking the back ways of Venice during the night or the day did we ever feel unsafe. It is a fun and safe city from what we saw. Our hotel manager only warned us of ...
... instantly in LOVE. In was even more incredible and beautiful than I had ever imagined. Venice is like a maze with tiny streets,118 islands linked with bridges and separated by canals. The coolest thing was one can walk anywhere, there are no cars to be seen- little boats are the locals cars.
The first stop was Saint Marks Square. First thing I knew there would be lots of pigeons but wow there were literally thousands! We had ...