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... navy personal a common sight. This was a very pretty area of Venice and off the beaten tourist track.
The Rialto Bridge and St Mark's Square I was already familiar with from yesterday.
The Doge's Palace, with its history, paintings and underground cells, was very interesting. And, of course, we all had to sigh after we had walked across the Bridge of Sighs as the prisoners were supposed to have done, knowing they would never walk back the other ...
... spending two nights in Rome, our next tour
didn't start till 10am. Our local tour guide's name was Rosanna and
she was a delight. Loved her accent. She targeted Pete a little and
he was Nero for the morning. After touring around the sights of
ancient Rome, pointing out many things including a 2000 year old
building which had condominiums on the top – incredible
that such and old building is ok to be built on - then she took us
I got on the bus and met some random American chicks who were also with busabout. We figured out how to buy tickets for the train which was more like a tram that went over the main river to Venice then I thought I may as well hang out with them. They were fun. We got the ferry all the way to st marks square which would have taken an hour to walk. The ferry (called a valproetta) took ages as well. Got to st marks and I was told I would have to ...
... given our room, it's the attic, very quaint but not spacious. Needed a shower and rest. All refreshed so off to find a little restaurant Cecilia recommended but following a map is all but impossible in Venice. Found a nice restaurant anyway, fish risotto. Went up the bell tower in St Marks square great views. Managed to run into 8 of our fellow travellers, one lot sang Happy Birthday to Rod in St Marks square. It's been a lovely birthday for Rod, wish you were ...
... the pass and into the Julian Alps. 24 hairpin bends going up and 26 coming down the other side, a 1:6 climb. Breathtaking scenery all the way. Once in the valley we had a row with our sat-nav lady as she kept trying to take us different ways and we wanted to stay in Slovenia as long as possible. The area is very big on white water rafting etc. as the river goes on forever at a tremendous pace and varies in size from a small torrent to a ...