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Today started off badly. I had a terrible headache, most likely due to not eating or drinking anything since 5pm the evening before. Not only that but I think I am always a little grumpy whenever I am in a hostel which is not to my standards. I think it is the princess in me that always comes out. So last night I arrived in the hostel which is a 4 …
... down, a gondola rounded a corner complete with an Italian singer, guitarist and of course customary gondolier. Did you know Gondolas are actually asymmetrical in shape to allow for the weight of the gondolier standing on one side of the boat??! Anyhow, I digress! We noticed that every one of the paying passengers had an iPad or iPhone and were busy holding them at arm’s length, snapping randomly. Not one took a blind bit of notice of the serenade which seemed sad in a ...
... traffic until we reached Venice 2 hours behind schedule. We are staying in a caravan park and we have our own 3 man tent to ourselves. We head straight to the restaurant and get ourselves a meal and then a drink and hit the hay ready for a big day the next day. Much bigger than Briony would ever know!
We get up and get ourselves into town early for a big day of venturing through the small winding streets of Venice. We spent the morning marveling at the Murano ...
... the view of Venice and its lagoon. This is called the Bridge of Sighs. As the prisoners take their last look towards freedom, they sigh. This bridge is in the background of our first selfie we took on our first day in Venice. We heard people saying wow , The Bridge of Sighs, but had no idea what they meant. Now we were walking across it.
We were in this place for three hours, and I think during this time we forgot why we were cranky, which is a ...
... We buy a ferry pass for two days allows you on and off as many times as you like great way to see the city of Venice. You must understand the ferry system otherwise you end up doing laps of the city three times as we discovered. Was relaxing but you start to get hungry, and when i get hungry........!!!!! We find our way back to the little cafe. The owner claps yay the Aussies come back. He loads up our plates with a variety ...