Ca' San Polo
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... at high tide gets flooded.
Instead of roads there are waterways and they use boats instead of cars, it is really awesome. That’s why the square gets flooded.
After, we walked around and got ourselves lost in Venice. That is the number one thing to do in Venice.
Today is my birthday and I woke up around 6:00 and woke up mum and dad.
Then we came out to open presents ...
... of the island around almost the whole of Venice. We found a park, lots more old buildings and churches, some of the places which seemed to be where the residents lived and lots more junk shops.
We bought some chocolate and traditional Italian biscuits from some different shops and made our way back into the middle. We walked past lots of the things which were marked as attractions on the map, but most of them were not ...
... Before we knew it, we had polished it off and we were walking again through the city back towards the Pizzale Roma, where the bus would take us back to the hostel. The next morning, we walked around a little bit, and then got our tickets for a train to Austria!
Be sure to check out the pictures and keep an eye out for our next leg of adventures! (Hopefully that will be up soon, I'm back at school so I am keeping up with assignments as well!)
... the Rishworth's or the Lutton's.
Our first port day was Sunday and we visited Dubrovnik, Croatia. This was a fascinating place. We explored the old town, a walled city, climbed the many many steps to the top of the wall, and walked around the entire city, affording us some great scenery and good perspective of the size of the place. Wandering around the streets afterwards we almost became unwanted extras in ...
... package I feel it is the best value for money on the high seas!! Saying that, I am confident that the cleanliness of the ships will give anyone a run for their money. A few days ago I walked past a cleaner who was on his hands and knees wiping down a brass skirting that decorated the bottom on an ornamental column. 80% of the skirting was hidden from view by the adjacent bulk head but every spot of that brassware was being cleaned. Examples of this dedication ...