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... at the very top says that the ascent is about 1.2 kilometres by way of 1350 stairs and a vertical climb of 260 metres. It was built between the 9th and 19th centuries with the main fortifications completed in the 13th and 14th centuries. Best line heard on the way up; "memo to self - buy souvenirs after the hike up the mountain!"
The town itself is quite Venetian as they controlled the area ...
... and I could practically hear the ring calling out to me like it does to Frodo and Gollum. As we pull back onto the Grand canal I Freak out realizing the 30 minutes has already flown by. I (somewhat unintentionally rudely) ask the Gondolier how much we have left and he says we were almost done. I look down heart pounding in my chest knowing that it’s now or never. All plans come down to this. The Speech I had in my head from the night before has been completely forgotten so ...
... a regular double room with a private bathroom, however they didn't actually have any availabilities so they gave us a double apartment for the same price.
This required us to have to lug our luggage even further away and up 3 stories of stairs, but it was well worth it. The man who checked us in was so friendly and gave us so many recommendations for food, sight seeing, and getting around. Our apartment was a one bedroom apartment, where ...
... to explore, we should probably find our hotel and drop off our luggage.
The short walk from the train station to our hotel was the first exposure we had to the number of people walking the streets of Venice. We passed quite a few of touristy shops selling countless leather bags, jewelry, and masks. We didn't stop at this point, but would soon be getting our fill.
We arrived at our hotel- ...
Said goodbye to all my tour buddies, almost everyone left for the next part of their journey, either going home or some to Tuscany, Crete or Dubrovnik to name a couple of places. I set of to experience the Venice postal system and to see first hand what happens to Venice when it rains!!!! The post office is a saga in itself, no boxes, can't give directions, don't want to speak English. I know she did because when I went back she had ...