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Traveling abroad, I have learned, is a double-edged sword. No matter how many places you go to, there's always some place(s) you are dying to go to next, as well as places you feel the need to travel back to as soon as possible. If only we had all the money in the world to go absolutely everywhere. Hearing these stories from all these incredible places makes me jealous of those who have been able ...
... the captain. Viviana and I did what girls do… we talked and talked and talked. I felt that if we lived closer together we would could be good friends. What a beautiful and intelligent woman! We were lucky to spend our time with her and if we come back we will certainly ask her to be our guide again. We said our goodbyes with a recommendation for lunch and we now had about three hours before we would be heading to the airport and back to ...
... 8364;20) from dock to town. There are the cutest little pedestrian bridges everywhere. We found gondolas a little further down the way it was only €80 for all five of us. I can't find the right words to explain the joy I felt while on this ride. NEVER did I envision myself going through the canals of Venice in a gondola, NEVER. I wore an ear-to-ear smile the whole time. Then, we walked around. Lots of shops ( selling Murano glass and masks galore) and restaurants. ...
... and the kids were right next to the ropes, the guy had to throw out to secure the boat at each dock - not ideal, but we got some pictures, got to see the houses on the edge of the grand canal. The kids got tired standing, it took about an hour (or felt like it, the sun had come out and the crowd was unbelievable).
We saw the and went under the Rialto bridge, and got to the main parking square. From here we took a #2 (which was the nicer style water ...
... are busy with water taxis with outboard motors,(think Indiana Jones and varnished timber speed boats!),
Gondolas with the Gondoliers calling to each other and touting for business, rubbish barges, delivery barges, the water buses along the Grand canal, and some set up as a stalls or cafes, all negotiating the frequent low bridges sometimes having to remove things to lower the height of the vessel or pass under on an angle ...