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Travel Blogs from Venice
... br> We grabbed some dinner at a restaurant near the hotel and went hunting for some Gelato for dessert. It took us a while to find a place with decent cones. After three weeks, we've become gelato connoisseurs apparently. We found a place on the edge of St. Mark's square and Amanda fell in love with the black cherry ripple flavour they sold. We ate the gelato while admiring St. Mark's square and the grand canal all lit up at night before returning to the hotel for the ...
... policy is actually incorrect, and you have a very unhappy Zane. Regardless, we made it on our flight and were off for Milan. Our arrival in Milan was met with rain and a stairway directly onto the tarmac, something I hadn't experienced in a long time. I have to admit, we were so sleep deprived that most of this is pretty fuzzy, so it may be a bit lacking in the details... We boarded a bus less than half the size of the plane, but filled with more than half the passengers from ...
... were the Doges Palace in Saint Marcos Square and finally discovering The Peggy Guggenheim Museum. Last time we were searching...it was freezing, pouring and closed! The Guggenheim Museum was exactly as we had hoped...an immersion into modern art. It is the renowned small museum of Modern Art in the world. I was stoked to see first hand the works I had studied during Art History...Picasso, Duchamp, Kandinsky, Klee and Chagall to name ...
... local prosecco was only two euros a glass!
Our last stop was a large producer, that gave us the complete tour, describing all of the various processes and machines. I mean once you've heard this at any winery, it doesn't vary a lot when you hear it again. And by this time most of us were not nearly as interested in throwing back a lot more prosecco, and mostly we needed a nap.
... island was
the lace making island. The island also had lots of colourful houses
which apparently were painted like that so the fishermen coming in on
there boats know which house to head towards. The last island was the
only island with a beach and it was really crowded so we didn't stay
long. When we finally got back to our hotel we were very tired so we had
some dinner and went to bed.