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Travel Blogs from Venice
... br> So far, my favourite thing about Venice is the air. I cannot describe it but the air is just so different here and it is exhilarating. I love the smell of the water (I guess I'm used to seaweed stink) but that mixed with the specific scent of this place is just simply glorious.
Well, now that I've written my long-winded story, I am off to bed for the night. I've posted lots of pictures from our water taxi ride and excursion today :)
... St Marco Square. It was so hard to comprehend that there was no cars, bikes or anything with any kind of motor or wheels in the whole city! Their garbage trucks, police, ambulances and delivery trucks are all on water! Such a trip out. After a few hours of walking around the city it all started to look the same, still so awesome how a how city can work purely off canal systems though. Everything in the whole city is designed to make tourists spend money. ...
... on the windowsills have begun to wilt. Despite the changing season, the cruise ships are still in port and the throngs of visitors take over the city.
As we soon discovered, the less touristy areas are far more enjoyable than those very inundated areas. But we had to be sure to visit St.Mark's Square, or Piazza San Marco, which is the main square of Venice and where Troy had his most expensive and worst espresso of the entire trip! Throngs ...
... out how to actually flag down the men in
stripped shirts. We finally catch
the eye of Leonardo and gently enter our craft. We have a spectacular ride down the Grand Canal and then
onto some smaller canals in the oldest part of Venice...bellisimo. A little singing and some whistling,
but mostly quiet, very serene. Only about 500 gondolas left, all the gondoliers
must be licensed, wear black pants, a striped shirt, and closed dark
shoes. Hat ...
... he had resold the room. I lost the plot. So not only did neither of them let us know that it wasn't the real price they both didn't tell us that they resold the room, So we both trekked around Venice to try and find a hotel that was never ours. What a joke. He didn't think we would want the room because it was double the price but he doesn't know that, so it was rude of him to even think that. We booked that hotel because of the price, location, air con and ...