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Travel Blogs from Venice
... with many corridors and exhibits. When the boys started looking out the window at the seagulls on the marble window ledge, instead of at the intricate models of a 16th century Venetian warship, we knew it was time to be done!
We got the kids panini and with Jonah as babysitter, Mike and I enjoyed a romantic (and quiet!) evening out at a lovely restaurant. It was nice to have some couple-time together and the kids enjoyed a parent-free movie night in the ...
... walls, including Sandra Bullock. Apparently his shop is known all over the world for its quality and distinctiveness.
We jumped on a ferry headed to the island of San Giorgio Maggiore. It was great to climb the bell tower to get a different perspective of Venice. The misty evening haze seemed to send the city into an ambient hypnosis. We walked along the docks, drinking in the evening air, and then headed back to the main island for some tasty pizza at Becca’s.
... that we were waiting seemed like eternity as It was so cold and icy. Finally our boat arrived and we got off at the station waiting to head home - Cold, tired and ready to,head back and await for Kaya. We Arrived home so exhausted. Barry was trying to organise Kaya's transport from the airport as Paola was trying to get Miriam to collect Kaya and arrange for a night out in Padova with them and possibly stay the night with ...
Time seems to have stood still in these towns. Grape arbors fill every nook and cranny. Thousands of acres warming in the sun. Grape leaves yellowing as the fall signals the end of the harvest. Since the trains run in the valleys, grape arbors can be seen for hundreds of miles.
Most towns have church steeples hundreds of years old with an occasional castle carved into the stone face of a mountain in the distance. ...
The crowds in Venice were unbearable, as in Disneyland unbearable. We decided to wake up at 4 a.m. so that we could have the city all to ourselves. The little sleep the night before was worth it as we enjoyed navigating the labyrinth that is Venezia.
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