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... of canals and floating plazas. Sabrina took us on a tour, stopping at the bridge of sighs, Rialto bridge, San Marco Plaza before we took a gondola ride down the grand canal. Apart from not being issued with safety flotation devices, triggering my imagination into overdrive in the small crescent shaped boat, the gondola ride was an amazing experience, a definite tick on the bucket list. But two things to note the gondola driver did not sing and of course ...
Alfie and I were up early so left Jon sleeping and went out for a walk. I think this is my favourite time of day here as it was so quiet, Alfie and I were the only people on the Rialto Bridge. Beautiful morning, I took some photos and found a little bar to have an expresso. Back to wake Jonny up and we head out for breakfast, found a cafe serving fabulous Italian pastries and more strong coffee. Time for a hair cut as ...
... of colors that you can choose from. This is to not only ensure that people will abide by the historic nature of the town, but also to avoid neighboring houses from clashing.
All in all, Venice and the surrounding islands were well worth the 3.5 hour bus ride each way. We had great food, good laughs, and experienced one of the World's treasures. Venice, Burano, and Murano are definitely places to visit on your next trip to Italy.
We woke up and set out to see the 'tourist' areas of Venice. Where we were staying was on the other side of the island. Well not really one island as Venice is made up of 118 small islands that are connected via bridges. There are no cars and everyone gets around by walking. There were a lot of tourists in Venice.
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After a 11 hour train ride from Vienna, I arrived in Mestre around 8:30am today. Mestre is a small part outside of the historical center of Venice, which makes it a lot quieter. The B&B owner was super helpful, giving us tips on where to go, where to eat, etc., so it made deciding where to go a lot easier. While I was still running on limited fuel and jet-lagged, I was still pretty stoked to explore ...