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We were both so very excited to head to Venice. When you talk about iconic cities, Venice is one of those cities that HAS to be on your bucket list. To have an entire city where the roads are made up of water is pretty gosh darn awesome. ;)
We arrived in Venice via train from Cinque Terra. It was interesting to us that only a small part of …
... and beautiful. The water is clear and blue and you just flow down the narrow street lined with huge beautiful buildings. We saw a lace demonstration which was interesting but not really my thing. Afterwards we went to a local restaurant and had some beautiful pizza for lunch, the base was so tasty. The waiters were lovely, and seated us outside (as everyone else was) and in the bill we found that it in fact cost us an extra 9 euro!! We then wandered to the Rialto bridge, ...
... to see. We were all sad to see it go..
After a few hours the weather seemed to have cleared a little so back to the streets, Mardi and Bill in tow. Seemed ok for the first hour or so and then when we were far, far from our hotel the rain came and didn't stop ....... Drowned rats back to the hotel. It's a good job we are water proof!!
We dried off and went to dinner at the hotel restaurant for our farewell dinner....... Off on new adventures ...
... any other group of people. They abolished child labour in the 1400s and unless there was proof of a crime you couldn't be sentenced. They also didn't like burning at the stake and gave up torture pretty early too. I got to see where casanova was held and how he escaped. All in all I thoroughly recommend doing the tour. After it finished I headed into the rest of the palace but it wasn't so interesting as it was a lot if boring state rooms and paintings. The prison was just a ...
... back to Venice, then it wasn't long before I was off down the grand canal to meet Kyle at Piazzale Roma. He had successfully navigated his way there and I only had to wait about 15 minutes before we headed back down the grand canal to the hotel. We went for a walk out to the Rialto and then Piazza San Marco before heading back to a restaurant near the hotel for some pizza and wine. Kyle was exhausted after missing a night of sleep so after some gelato, it was an early ...