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... with very little space to move around the bed. I said, but I've booked for 2 people and she said, this is for 2 people. If you pay 50 euros more you can upgrade to a junior suite. So we agreed we would when we came back with our bags. In walking back we realized how far we were from the station and how many bridges we'd have to cross in the morning to get back to the station. So once we arrived back to our original hotel mum asked if they had a room free for the night. They ...
... loft. The first and only thing Elena said to us in English was "I don't speak English". But she showed us around in Italian and we figured things out fine.
Shortly after Mel saw the bathtub, she was soaking in it. I was ready to go out but she was fading. After all, we have now been up for 24 hours. (We didn't sleep on the last flight either…well actually I dozed off for a ...
... to see something of Venice as we are only here one full day and tomorrow we head off to the Cinque Terre.
We head off to St Mark's which is now getting crowded but we stop to enjoy the main sights and take photos. I am pitching Murano as a nice day trip, great views of Venice, less crowds and did I mention jewelry! What a perfect idea and off we head. It is about a 1/2 hour trip and it is a gorgeous sunny day and we enjoy the views along the way.
... Venice today, and are coming to St Marks square. I am sure George would be sorry if he knew he had missed out on meeting a middle aged Aussie woman from Perth with swollen toes! All we have seen is models from Asia in wedding dresses having their photos taken. This is very common and we have seen this each day in the piazza. Will update this entry again once we have ended our day.
We had our best meal ever on our last night in Venice! It ...
We’re beat but happy that we spent two days in Venice. It’s said that 80,000 people a day come
here during the tourist season and we were right there in its midst. Off the
ship we go from the bus shuttle to the “people mover”. In a city with no cars we are
apparently on a little spit of land near the ports that abuts the Piazza Roma,
where we first meet the vaporetti.
This is Venice’s public transportation system, ...