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Travel Blogs from Venice
... are so different then at home. Here it's like a maze, so we are all directionally challenged. At the piazza, there were people feeding the pigeons, and there were so many of pigeons. The pigeons were landing on the people, about five at a time. For dinner we went to a nice restaurant and gelato after. Then we caught the water-bus and we got the best seats. I have a special talent in squeezing through crowds like most kids, so I got ...
We enjoyed Florence but we actually decided to leave a day early and we took a high speed train to Venice. Its so amazing to leave the train station and get in a water taxi! By the way, it cost 60 euros ($90) to get to our hotel! Because we changed ...
... It was next door banging on the wall. I ignored it.
‘Bam bam, bam’. The knocking was so hard the TV suspended on the wall nearly came of its bracket.
I stormed out of our cabin and knocked on their door. A lady n her late 60s early 70s answered.
‘Excuse me!’ I started. ‘Have you got a problem?’
‘Is that not you making all that noise. Are y’playin’ a stereo or something?’ Judging from ...
... tasted great dunked in strong black Italian coffee. After feasting on all the nice foods we were given a tiny bottle of Amaretto as a souvenir. We walked around the streets before heading back to the mainland and then back to the hotel. As it was around 3pm when we ate, nobody wanted any dinner so we had a nice relaxing early night. Charles and I decided to open up some raspberry and some dark Swiss chocolates as a late dessert and then we fell into a much needed deep ...
... and then took a
ferry up the Grand Canal (the main street) to San Marco where we started
a tour of Venice that Mum downloaded onto her iPad. To start our tour,
we had a quick look in the cathedral. On the tour it says we should
count the number of winged lions which is Venice's emblem. There was six
just in San Marco square. We then walked up some of the streets and
looked at all the the shops which were mostly tourist shops. We then ...