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Travel Blogs from Montegrotto Terme
... can't take pictures. Again by the time we came out of the church the flooding had reached higher levels so we sought refuge in a little coffee shop. Although it was safe from the rain and rising water levels there were pigeons inside which made me uneasy as these flying creatures creep me out. The shop owner assured us that the water would not reach inside the shop however as we decided it was time to move on the water was creeping into the shop. Venice must really be sinking. ...
Becky and Karen, wandered the streets and canals and did a whole lot of window shopping. Mom, we envisioned you shopping at the same stores we were looking at. Georgeous masks and chrystal and designer fashions (Gucci, Ferrari, Cartier, La Costa, Rolex, etc). So fun just to look at and dream.
The next day Karen walked over the Rialto Bridge and did some exploring on her own. The Rialto bridge was done by the ...
... of the Republic. Maybe some day I'll have some spare time to find out.
By this time the crowds were crazy busy and the day was already crazy hot. We didn't have many Euro left so no Bell Tower (long line anyway, plus we figured we saw practically the same view from Deck 14 on the way in). OH, I forgot to mention that the nite before we kept running into these groups of kids singing and celebrating, and one of them always had ...
... were in a seating area for 4. So when the people arrived who had the other two seats in the group of 4, we switched with them so the four of us could sit together. Unlike the train in France, there was storage space above the seats for all of our suitcases, even the huge ones Tom and Sharon brought. The trains are high speed so it’s a very smooth ride. They came around and we all had Prosecco (bubbly white wine), our substitute for water, served to us with ...
... is a bit like Paris traffic, except on water.
We really enjoyed our visit to Venice, a unique city in the world, having canals instead of streets. Definitely one of the most interesting places we have visited.
Tomorrow we leave Italy for Austria, a place I really looking forward to visiting. We will be staying high up in the Austrian Alps tomorrow night, so it could be a little cool.
Arrivaderci from Italy.
Jim and Kim ...
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