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Travel Blogs from Venice
... on all the shore excursions! If you can't find something that appeals, then you might as well stay at home!
Anna and I had our hair done this morning, for me it was just covering up the regrowth. Or as my gay hairdresser described it "the wisdom". He explained that some of his clients didn't like him calling their regrowth "grey"! I'm not sure where that leaves me now, obviously without wisdom! ...
... sheets, checked the mattress and underneath and couldnt see anything. So we brought our stuff in and left it at that.
Off we went to grab a pizza at the pizzeria at the campsite which was one of thee best pizzas I've ever had. Then to take a walk to watch the fireworks display happening in Venice (we werent staying in venice itself as its ridiculously expensive and venice is surrounded by water so you have to take a boat there so we took a look at the display ...
... and mango which were all very tasty. Once we had our ice creams we went for another walk and then went back to the train station. Once we were at the train station we went and got to get on the train but it was late by around about 5-10mins. So once the train finally got at Ravenna we hopped on and it started moving for about 37secs but then it just stopped and we found out that the train was broken so we had to get off and run to ...
... t keep their hands off eachother (yes Chloe hooking right in front of us)! It was quite entertaining, gondalas, Venice, couple.....
After a short ride we were dropped off at our spot and wheeled our cases over the cobble stones to our hotel. Space is a premium and I imagine that when the city was built, the Venetians must have been a petite people. The doorways, the streets are quite narrow. Our cases barely made it through the front door of our ...
... but is allowed to stay, giving the city an all-around air of neglect. Seeing the cigarette butts and litter on the plazas and the dirt on all the buildings, I've come to the conclusion that Venice needs a strong power wash, everywhere. From what I've read the city is in a state of near-bankruptcy from decades of political corruption, so I doubt anything will be done to clean up this once beautiful place.