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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 …
... terms of sheer annoyance are middle-class kids from good backgrounds who spend a couple of years trying to rebel against daddy and being painfully boring and predictable in the process. I had to buy some glue to stick the soles of my boots back together so I made out that it would be a complicated process and dived into a shoe shop, leaving her to walk on alone.
Venice is connected to the mainland by a long straight road and rail bridge. The last stop on the ...
Phoebe and Harrison had a good nights sleep, but it wasn't so good for Daryl...and Phoebe was all perky this morning- thank goodness!!
INTERESTING FACTS ON VENICE.
Venice is a city of about 50 000 people but has about 20 million visitors a year...busy season May1st- Sept. Can you imagine that?
The canals are around 5 metres deep, but are 10 metres deep in the channel where the cruise ships come in.
We were very keen today ...
... of that compartment and Mom left the bag under the seat. Mom and I were ready to forget about it, but Karen was determined to get that bag back. She got in line at the ticket counter and told her story. They called a security guard who listened to her for a bit, then he called another security guard who understood English. She stood and talked to those two guards for a long time as they figured out what to do. They got the conductor of our train on ...
... depart Lucca at 7.27 and we wanted to be there to wave them off.
Mary was up first, as usual …we both freshened up, rugged ourselves up as the temperature was around the 4 degree mark, and took off for Hotel Illaria with time to spare.
We were only at the hotel foyer a little while before Jacinta came in to pay the bill and I went and joined Greg, who was in the process of filling up his water bottles. I had forgotten what early morning was ...