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... amp; canals. The buildings disappear into the water and there are occasionally steps on the sidewalks that just lead into the water. There are so many canals, it's crazy. You can't go anywhere without going up and down stairs to cross a bridge over a canal. There are also a ton of winding streets and side streets all over the city with tons of shops and restaurants. The buildings all look pretty interesting and have sort of an old, worn ...
... they were on the opposite end of the island so we never got to see them because it would take too long to navigate the streets (more like labyrinth) of Venice in the dark. Barton navigated us back to the train station and we took lots of pictures on the bridge next to the train station. On the train back there were some pretty rowdy Italians who sang some anthem from a rugby team who won and banged on the rails and things ...
... that Romeo went to hide in Mantua after killing Juliet's cousin. Verona also has a coliseum, which we're told was older than Rome's.
5-4: The train trip from Mantova to Florence required 2 stops; one stop in a small town called Nogara where we caught the train to Bologna and from Bologna transferred to another train heading to Florence. Florence is a big and bustling city. We found our hotel which was just a ...
... may have seen my posted swimming pool shots. Very nice, I must say and just what we needed after 8 weeks of fairly busy times. We just booked in and enjoyed. 8 suits accounted for 16 people on the restaurant each night, and this being the start of less busy days, they had at least 40 each ought of our stay and we were told 90 guests for 6 weeks straight over the pervious weeks. No wonder as the menu was very good and half the price of ...
... then went on to a lace-making demonstration which was followed by the inevitable sales pitch. This village was definitely the highlight of the tour.
Our final stop before heading back to the main island was Torcello, which is famous for the Byzantine Cathedral of Santa Maria Assunta which was founded by the exarch Isaac of Ravenna in 639 and is one of the oldest churches in the whole of Italy. Although Torcello is now ...
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