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Travel Blogs from Veneto
... and a drink at a nice bar not far from home, followed by a gelato. Everyone seems to be drinking spritz. At the restaurant near our apartment yesterday, every table had at least one person with the orange drink. I had one with lunch. It's not bad. It has Aperol, wine and maybe soda? Aperol is like a Campari.
Later we found the Rialto Bridge and the crowds. There were so many people jostling to get to one side or the other. Definitely not as peaceful as the ...
... Venetian experience, but I am a poor college student who needs to eat. I'll just have to get my gondola ride another time!
Oh! Almost forgot. My point: don't go into something with set expectations because you'll most likely be disappointed. While I'm primarily relating this to traveling around the world and visiting sites, I realize that it's also reiterating a valuable life lesson that can be applied to practically everything. Am I crazy? Of course. Sempre! (Always!)
... time. Enjoyed the trip along the Grand Canal, and wandering through several different squares and pathways. So many short narrow paths, it was so easy to loose your way. We were disappointed in the gondolas. In the movies it always looks so romantic...the 4 of us were planning to share a ride.....real life proved to be very different. It looked like a traffic jam on the 400 highway on a Friday night!. The gondolas were all jammed together, pushing ...
... to handle so I quickly dive into my coffee, a sufficient distraction.
I am jerked back into reality by my first sip. I turn to Dave and I swear the look on my face must be that shocked look of someone who has just been stabbed in the back. Next comes the groan. By now, Dave is well aware that some kind of chemical reaction has come over me, because, well let’s just say, it’s not often that I GROAN in public. He smiles at ...
... of Venıce do the rest of the talkıng, after last nıght sleepıng on the floor of Marco Polo aırport, ıt's late & I need my bed.
The last nıght of my trıp, back ın famılıar Istanbul and back at our usual hostel, begınnıng to feel lıke home here.
One last entry to thıs dıary to come - reflectıons on what has been a wonderful trıp.
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed