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... As we continued around the lagoon we eventually came to a clearing where we could take some photos of the bridge where we had just been standing a short time earlier. No matter which corner we turned, it just appeared to be more magical. I loved, loved, loved our day in Venice.
All to soon, it was time to head to our meeting place near St. Mark's Square. By this point, we had wandered quite a distance off the beaten path. At one point we found a small piazza ...
... we are more romantic now, but it is more likely that we just have more disposable income, plus two kids who loudly wanted to go on a gondola ride. So around dusk we wandered down to the Rialto and flagged one down, sort of like hailing a cab in New York. We poled up the Grand Canal and then slipped noiselessly into a narrow side passage, where we slid along through the maze of crumbling waterways in this slowly sinking city. As the last of ...
... to have some color on my Pandora bracelet now! It's almost full!
We were a bit over shopping now, and it was halfway through the tour and we were both starting to get a bit budget conscious, we still ahd about 2 and a half hours to wait before our Gondola tour! So we got some Gelato (yes, more gelato) and sat down by a wharf in the sun, it was so hot! I was regretting wearing a beanie, I really wanted to buy myself a big floppy hat to wear on ...
... local "gondola shop" where gondole are brought to be repaired. I could have watched that all day. But, we had a train to catch so on we went. We arrived back in Udine very tired (and dirty) but thrilled with our day. The next day we headed to Valeriano and the home of Margherita Vicentini Orgnani. I met Margherita when I was 17. Her son, Alessandro, was studying architecture at a university in Milan about an hour from my college in Lugano. Being the best friend ...
... Every two hours he needs to be fed. This really is no joke. Pasta, bread with cheese and prosciutto, chocolate, more bread, more cheese, more prosciutto, gelato, pizza and more chocolate. Oh Dear Lord!
We had an awesome day! A very sunny 27 degrees while we walked for hours. We went to Piazza San Marco, St. Mark's Basilica and the Academia area. The joke is that Steve is going to move here with Jeremy when he comes here to study. Jeremy ...
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