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We left Opatija yesterday morning at 6.20 by bus to Trieste where we caught the train to Venice Mestre. Ray and Jo walked down to see us off which was nice of them. They still have another 3 weeks, travelling to Slovenia and Vienna. We will miss them as we had a great 2 week road trip, full of adventure, fun, stress and laughter!! M
... nowhere as there is nothing around. Fortunately we persevere and find a Cafe, only to discover our Italian is non existent. Being in a foreign country Gretchen pulls out her selection of languages and quickly discovers that Chinese and French aren't working either. Thank goodness pointing does work and the Cafe had wifi so google helps out. We eventually end up with some food to keep the boys happy and ...
... the historical heart of the city. We did not make it all the way to San Marco on our first night, but we enjoyed a nice evening stroll, got some dinner, and let the kids roam freely. There were a few close calls, but no tourists came to misfortune as a consequence of youthful exuberance. We also hit a grocery store; Venice's economy is 98% based on tourism, which has the unfortunate side effect that meals are expensive and of poor quality. ...
... straight. They have numbers on the buildings but commercial buildings have one number and residential buildings another that is nowhere near the same numbers even if two buildings and side by side! The street names are posted at corners but they don't always correspond to the map. The guide book said to make your way around by keeping track of landmarks rather than addresses. Well it took us about an hour to find the hotel by map reading and asking a lot of ...
... food. The passing countryside was very flat country with lots of maize fields and a lack of livestock. After a little confusion at La Spezia as to what train we had to get to the Cinque Terre we finally arrived at the village of Riomaggoire. Some observations of Mestre Cigarette butts everywhere Foggy Pretty grotty Hotel Plaza in an excellent position for trains and buses to Venice Island Breakfast included in hotel price. Very good ...