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... and asking, "Would mind taking our picture."
I debated whether to show Norma enjoying our sidewalk break in St. Mark's Square or the bill for the break. I always go with Norma when in doubt. But just so you get the flavor of the profit-potential of a cafe at this location, the coffee and orange juice, nothing else included, were 9 Euros and 12 Euros, respectively, which in U.S. coin works out to $27.
Day 40 - Venice Italy
Sadly we checked out of our hotel and caught a taxi to the airport. We had planned to catch the subway to the airport but I had a restless night and this morning struggled to walk. My hip is inflamed - probably from a busy few days in Paris. We had an extremely friendly taxi driver who loved chatting about Australia. As we drove past points of interest he would slow down and encourage Toby to take his last "money shot" photos ...
It is time to leave Prestento, this is always hard for Robert, he is surrounded by relatives, which is an enjoyable experience for this only child of solo Italian migrants. He has his Australian god parents, but they italians that befriended Elda on her 3 month voyage to meet up with Carlo. Robert is close to them, we love then dearly, but the magic of Prestento and the beauty of Cividale pulls on his emotions. We left, travelled the autostrada to Venice with Maurizio and Bepe. ...
... grand square liked with Churches and museums. This was also by the grand canal, where we sat and watched the boats and water taxis power through the calm, aquamarine water. This was also a spot for the iconic gondolas.
We took a water bus along the canal back to the hotel, which, due to the large amount of tourists, is not for the faint ...
Early rise this morning starting our day at 3:00am. Cabbi arrived dot on time at 4:15am. We arrived at Heathrow, checked our baggage in, had a nice breakfast and off we went. Two hours later we landed in Venice! We bought tickets for the Vapretto (which is the public transport for Venice because of course there are no cars) and before we knew it we were cruising down the Grand Canal.
My initial impression of Venice is that it looks old, it was water ...