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Entering the city of Venice is like entering a magical wonderland of water, art and beautiful architecture. It is regarded as one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world. Venice is made up of 117 islands, separated by 177 canals and connected by 409 bridges. The main mode of transport is either on water or by foot. The narrow streets …
... where the posh nobs live,
You'll find Ferraris by the score!
Madeira should be great,
We plan to go tobogganing,
Down a hillside in a crate!
We're crossing the Atlantic,
It'll take us on a week,
We should get there in one piece,
If the ship don't spring a leak!
When we reach the USA,
The Keys will be our aim,
Where Hemmingway is hailed a God.
But I find his books ...
... nonsense. He tells the waiter in no uncertain terms that we will be ordering one pizza & one salad and drinks for us. The waiter suddenly agrees to this and happily says he will slice up the pizza so we can share it. Huh ? When the pizza arrives, I'm really glad we only ordered one !
After our afternoon siesta we decide that we we will take a stroll back to St Marks and check out the restaurants facing the ...
... of walking and talking, showing us the primary touristy spots of Venice including Saint Marks Square, Saint Marks Basilica, the old and new bell towers, the markets, and of course, the Grand Canal. The walking tours are good for getting to know the history behind the architecture and the city so you can actually understand what you are looking at and what you are experiencing. At the same time, I think our walking your guides forget to take into account that we are a ...
... it wasn’t as easy as one would think because you see, often the path next to the Grand Canal had dead ends and due to this, we had to walk in between dark alleys just to return to it further away.
These side alleys and flooded streets often went in many directions and not necessarily back to the Grand Canal! ...