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Travel Blogs from Venice
... and booked a massage package for the week.
We tried to book a tour for tomorrow whilst in Bari Italy but they were sold out. After an eventful day it was time for bed...except our Italian neighbour's in the room next door were drunk, sounded like 100ppl in their room and forgot the adjoining door between our rooms was locked (thankfully) as they attempted to break into our room. This cruise hasn't been a great start. Fingers crossed tomorrow is a better day.
... not to go up (I don't know why). The views across to St Marks and across the island were breathtaking. We were even up when the bell rang - mind you, it was 1pm and it only rang once - and I think that it's electronic or automated since we didn't see the bells swing. It was loud and really startled me! The church itself was really lovely, and there was a little area selling items from monasteries around Italy where you got the ticket for ...
... extremely challenging conditions, early Venetian builders evolved construction techniques unique to the city, building with impermeable stone supported by larchwood rafts and timber piles. Venetian buildings are
remarkably robust, many having stood for at least 400 years. By 1500 the city had taken on much of its present shape and only since the 20th century has further building begun to alter the outline.
... the windows are two canals that merge into one, and usually a couple of gondolas going by. We could entertain ourselves for hours just watching he gondolas and listening to the gondolier's singing. After settling into our apartment/hotel room we attempted to follow the fifty turns and roads signs we had to remember in order to get out of the maze and make it to the Rialto Bridge. The view from the bridge is breathtaking, ...
... the islands. I called the apartment manager and arranged to meet her in just a few minutes, hopped (figuratively speaking; I did still have all of that luggage) on the No. 1 waterbus, and 2 stops down got off at San Marcuola. Maybe 10 minutes later, Laura arrived to take me to the apartment. I see why they don’t bother giving you directions directly to the apartment. We went down streets and alleys, over one bridge (thankfully, with my luggage), down more streets ...