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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 …
... I'm afraid we're in for some of that weather this coming week . . Oh well . . .
As we were trudging along the streets of Venice, dragging our suitcases, carrying our backpacks, stomachs growling, feet dragging . . I was wondering why I thought this place was so wonderful and magical . . . :-) :-). Not thinking much about magic at that point in time . . We were going up and down many sets of steps, over bridges, ...
... for a good transit f1 time but got diverted a number of times bloody road works and no entry boards so had to end up settling for a 'all we could circuit'. Nick stopped off with the high rollers in the casino for a look around whilst Owen had another go at the track and I wrote a swift postcard in order to try and get the Monaco post mark. (Good luck deciphering family - she was written with haste) We got out the walkie talkies for the first time too - worked a treat as ...
... goodness knows how we made it in the end, - the blinking map was very little assistance really, it only gives the most genral idea of where you are. At Fondamenta Neuova we purchased 12 hour vaparetto (Ferry) tickets and jumped on the 4.1 heading to Burano - we got off at San Michelle however. This si the Cemetary Island, we had a bit of a wallk but didn't stay long as Sam didn't like it and you weren't allowed to ...
Left Rome at 8am to make for Venice, our last stop in Italy, roughly a 500km trip. Our only major stop was in Verona - the site of Romeo and Juliet. This prompted a few interesting love song requests on the bus on the way there. Had planned to see Juliet's balcony in Verona, but due to a large festival and parade it was was too hard to find a way through the people so didn't bother trying to find it. Not really sure what the parade was in aid of, but we ...