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... it was torrential and the thunder was shaking everything.
In Venice, people get around on foot or by water. Water taxis and gondolas are an option, but they're expensive. We, like most tourists, opted for the vaparettos - water bus boats that shepherd the masses from one part of Venice to another. This time of year people pack in like sardines. We ended up purchasing a 48 hour pass and hopped on a vaparetto - ...
... experience. We went over the two hours , the sky is a mixture of dark and purple as the storm disappears somewhere, and pink and orange as the sun is setting.
We walk back home without our yellow smudges map for a guide as Steve is pretty good now.
Hahaha we get lost again, but this time the lost-ness becomes a short cut and we find we have popped out from a lane to our piazza closer to home. Bloody hell.
Cold and wet from ...
... as we were totally beat.
We walked back to the hotel and sat down with a bottle of wine that we had purchased earlier in the day when our fourth traveling companion, Anne, walked up to the hotel. Anne works with Tanya and has traveled with us before to Thailand, Cambodia, Argentina and Turkey (see previous blogs). We caught each other up on our travels while I blogged. Anne and Heather got a wild hare and walked to see San Marco at night while Tan and I called it ...
This is our last "moving day" and we have a lot of ground to cover - like about 210 miles or so. Our original plan for the day was to drive back to Florence to return the rental car and then board our pre-reserved train from Florence to Venice. But negotiating the traffic and narrow streets of Florence, along with the hassle of transferring ourselves and what feels like twice as much luggage as we started with, has us looking for other ...
... time. Enjoyed the trip along the Grand Canal, and wandering through several different squares and pathways. So many short narrow paths, it was so easy to lose your way. We were disappointed in the gondolas. In the movies it always looks so romantic...the 4 of us were planning to share a ride.....real life proved to be very different. It looked like a traffic jam on the 400 highway on a Friday night!. The gondolas were all jammed together, pushing ...