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... and vineyards. 2.25pm going through Bologna - home of Marconi, size of Florence Rice fields and irrigation canals of the Po Valley. Continued through the marshes of the Venetian lagoon and across the causeway to the unique city of Venice. Arrived by water at taxi - the bags went on another boat Hotel is on the water but it has a walking path- a bit different to what I'd imagined! The side canals have buildings whose walls go straight into the ...
... sits on the Grand Canal and was intended to be a four-story palace, the 18th century Palazzo Venier dei Leoni in fact never rose beyond the ground floor – hence its nickname, Il Palazzo Nonfinito (The Unfinished Palace). In 1949 the building was bought as a home by then millionaires Peggy Guggenheim (1898 to 1979), a collector, dealer, and patron of the arts. Peggy befriended and furthered then careers of many innovative abstract ...
was lovely and I spent the time trying to work out where the Eiger, Monch, Jung
Frau and Schilthorn peaks were. We had to descend through cloud into Milan. I
was extremely relieved to see my bag as first on the carousel (though the side
handle was broken, probably due to me maxing out the weight!) Exiting customs
in Europe seems so simple compared to exiting the customs checks in NZ.
I got straight on a bus to the train station. ...
... Slovenia: -English speakers!! The must have put us together on purpose! -free breakfast! -good wifi, -clean! Safe area -just a really chill pretty hostel! -wonderful staff! Other then Italy... When I didn't stay in hostels my accommodations have been good!! That's for the American I met in Spain who didn't believe me that hostels actually existed! And when convinced of that, that they could be safe or clean and not full of ...
... leaning tower at the church of San Martino. I shopped for a while—decided the skirt was too expensive (59 Euro) and really too fancy for me. Had a gelato (one scoop of lemon, one scoop of chocolate—a surprisingly good combination). And then I walked from end to end (ok, it’s small but I still found myself all alone at times).
When I was ready to leave I walked back to the waterbus dock and decided to ...