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... to last the 2hr train ride to Venice. After checking out, it was a short 10min walk to the station. We only had to wait a short period until we knew our platform number. Getting on the train was interesting, a small group which seemed to involve a mother, daughter and grand mother were such in a rush to get on the train, they jumped on the train, even before any of the other passengers got off, and seemed to cause more delays as they were getting in the way of ...
... of landmarks. The streets don't make sense, and the walls are so high that you have no sense of orientation. Almost every other city we've been to has a river flowing through the centre of it, which you always use as a reference point, and is like the main artery through the city. Venice is the river. Our first full day in venice was one of quiet self-reflection for me. I felt so disappointed that Australia is so far from other foreign countries (though the ...
... have taken no more than 2 hours took 5 1/2hours.
So now I'm in Venice. You should see this place, it's going off. People are every where, it's crazy. And if I thought its been hot since I got here, well now it's just ridiculous. Just add 100% humidity. I was melting big time. So I had to look for the buses, which ment walking about 200 metres to a point then go up stairs. That's right stairs. My backpack on, ...
When we booked this cruise we had no idea that our day in Athens would be Orthodox Easter. However, , we are here and all the major museums and attractions are closed. The up side is that traffic and the crowds are much lighter than normal, and it is a sunny, hot day. After our initial tour was cancelled, we booked a 6 hour tour of the city, the plaka and an Easter lunch at a Taverna. A comfortable coach took us ...
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The train station was just short distance from our hotel and by the time we were ready to go, it was just a few minutes for the next train. However, it was absolutely crazy with the number of people on the train. We had to stand the entire way to Venice, which was about 30 minutes. Dan’s grandfather, Chuck, got on a car all by himself, insisting that Dan be with grandmother, Stella. All ...