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... shops all along the way, yay!!! When we got there we tried to buy a pizza to share, being aware of our ever expanding waistlines. However, we were told no, we had to have one each at 14 euro ($23.45 each) plus $12 for a beer( not cheap here) and 7 euro for a coke ($10). When we said no we only want one pizza we were told no, so we left. Around the corner at a little cafe we got a big slice of pizza, a beer and a coke-12 euro the lot!! So who was the ...
... we loved it, LOL! We caught a vaporetto to Burano, another of the Venetian lagoon islands, this one famous for lace, but the crowd to catch the ferry back to Venice was massive and we thought if we got off we'd never get back on again! We were tired any way, so it was time to go home. Venice is nice but the crowds are exhausting! Venice travel tip #1 - if you are anywhere where there is a free toilet to use in Venice USE IT. Otherwise it will cost you ...
... about ten minutes laughing because Carly looked like she was a hillbilly missing teeth. It was surprisingly good, but there was so much sauce it got a bit overwhelming. After dinner we headed to San Marco square where some of the festivities were taking place. There is a huge stage set up and we bought beers and walked into the crowd to dance to some Spanish music. Im not entirely sure why it was salsa music but it was fun to unwind and take it all in! We explored a bit of ...
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On to Rome we go. After a 5am start we arrived into Rome by 9, got locked out of our AirBnb accommodation until 12, waited 2hours in a queue before finally entering the Colosseum by 3 and followed that by a night walking tour of the city and got home to bed by 9. Shattered. Rome, a 3,000 year old city, has such a wealth of history and monuments to see. The Colosseum for example, was used as a stadium for gladiators ...
... the canals of Venice. We then had time to explore the city, and a few of us girls splurged out and had lunch along the canal in a really nice restraunt where we had to pay a service charge of course I'm going to love coming home where the price of the meal is the price you pay. It was nice to just sit, as Venice really doesn't have a lot of places to sit or any at all. We then split up some of the girls went home to sit by the pool but two of us stayed on, we bought some ...