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Travel Blogs from Venice
... easy to find a quiet spot to chill and devour another ice cream (it’s hard not to!) and as the cruise ships departed in the early evening and the afternoon sun got lower in the sky we decided to seek out a good spot for a glass of wine before heading back to camp.
And what a spot we found! By chance we stumbled upon Rialto Bridge again and secured a table right at the foot of the bridge overlooking the Grand Canal. ...
... crew members - the Captain (dutch), 2 cooks/assistants (Italians) , our tour guide (Italian) and 17 guests/riders on board. The boat will be cruising along the Po river, lakes, and canals. The bikes were neatly stacked on the deck of the boat.
After getting some rest in our cabin, we walked and explored the island a little bit. There's not much in the island except for a hotel with bar and restaurant and a boat ...
... was fun, although I felt like I was holding everyone up. Every time I felt bad I had to remind myself, this will be the last time you will be here for YEARS. Do it. Shop. No regrets!
Saint Mark's square was beautiful, but I had the hardest time enjoying it. Birds. Are. Everywhere. Landing on people, pigeoning around on the ground, swooping down at your head like its their job. Rats with wings is all they are. ...
... science, and architecture. Not to mention, it is right in the middle of Tuscany, which is known by all for its fantastic wine and leather making. I went to see the famous Statue of David by Michelangelo, which really was very impressive in person. The details were displayed to the "T" with even veins running the length of his arms and legs.
By chance, my longtime friend from high school, Sam Laszlo happened to be in Florence visiting her college friend at IU who had ...
... I made to the tour book in this one entry?) and the food was wonderful. The
best part was a cheese plate with 6 kind of cheese. We asked what they were and after an entire explanation in Italian from our waiter, we still have no idea what they were except that some were made with cow’s milk and some were made with sheep’s milk.
We took the train home, and after a late trip back and then carrying on into the night drinking wine ...
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