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... goes like clockwork.
And then you get to Venice. You walk out of the train station and right in front of you is the canal. It really is beautiful and better than I imagined. We had a private water taxi to our hotel - just like the one George Clooney and Amal road in when they were here. I felt very special and important ;-) We were dropped off right at our hotel's water entrance - from the water to the hotel in one step.
Luckily we ...
... this side of such a touristy city.
That night we headed back to Milan, but decided to stop in the famous Verona for dinner and a glass of wine. You can see why Shakespeare would have been inspired to write 'Romeo & Juliet' in this setting.
I don't really know how I could ever thank Cristina and her amazing parentals for such an unexpected and truly wonderful weekend. I laughed sooooo much.... BIG LOVE!
... across the bay and into the grand Canal which I thought was quite cool and I believe Elizabeth did as well. The driver brought us within a few feet walking distance to our hotel through a back alley canal and we got out and started looking for our room The first night we basically wandered around for a little bit a little something and then crashed and went to bed We were in a boutique hotel which was very small but very nice and kind of off the beaten ...
... 8217;d been anticipating, which was good, although some Asian tourists had bought packets of feed from a stooped old woman in the corner and so were drawing swarming crowds of the birds around them. As we left the Square and headed out to the water’s edge, we observed a huge cruise ship coming into port. The ships are big anyway, but it absolutely towered over everything around it like a behemoth – totally destroying the old-world charm of Venice. Here we saw ...
... the sun to go down here. Steve and I take turns to row, out in the lagoon Steve has a go at steering which is an art , definitely.
After our first snack we are again rowing through the canals, very romantic and soothing and just grand. Felix gives us a history lesson of the Grand Canal, points out some of the historic buildings, talks about their Gondolas, the Row Venice culture. Remember to 'duck' as a bridge comes up though.[
As we near ...