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... has been important for us on this trip as you can get burnt out pretty quickly doing city after city. A little nature is always good for the soul and offers a bit of downtime for some reflection - also very important. See you in the mountains!
P.S. on our way to the Dolomites we found a McDonald's with a super delicious veggie burger (seriously one of the best I've ever had) on a complete vegetarian menu! I'm never leaving Italy.
... mix of pope and president, elected for life. The guide was quick to say that usually men in their 80s were elected in the event that they were incomptent, they were likely to not be long in the job! We went through to the secret part of the palace that sort of wraps around the general apartments. Narrow corridors, staircases in niches etc. In these spaces were the original prison cells - the lower floors, damp and windowless ...
... it strange to have a cappuccino after 11 which I keep doing). When we were sitting enjoying our breakfast, it started pouring with rain. We wanted to find out how long it was going to last so left that cafe and ran around in the rain until we found another with wifi, ordered another coffee, then sat down to realise their wifi wasn't even working. We had no choice but to nurse our coffees until the weather ...
... and Burano. Torcello didn't really have anything to do except a nature walk and an old church so our visit there was very short. But Burano had canals lined with vibrantly painted houses and a bunch of cute little shops. I really enjoyed walking around the second island!
Wednesday night we traveled from Venice to Florence and got in late. I really enjoyed our time in Venice and strongly recommend everyone visits the beautiful ...
... prison area. I have read a lot of novels about people being incarcerated in stone prisons, but seeing the real thing was a bit scary. Even though it was a very hot day today, it was cold down there, and thinking of sitting on the cold stone floor just for a few minutes wasn't pleasant. The bars were very thick, and I don't think that I would have done very well locked away there at all.
After going around once, it wasn't quite the time that Allan and I ...