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... going. We didn’t get up to the breakfast buffet until after 11. Meanwhile, Nate had already taken over the sports area and was playing soccer with anyone and everyone. Beth and Hilary grabbed a couple of lounge chairs by the pool and set up shop while I wandered the ship.
We checked on Nate but basically he played soccer on the top deck from about 10am to 3pm at which point I had to get him because ...
... courtyard that was quite large. Bit of vino with a yummy dinner, the tiredness crept up on us. We walked back and found the Fleszig's tirimisu recommendation however we shall have to return as it was closed but it looked amazing...almost as good as mine! Kidding...The cover of darkness my tour guie did get a bit confused but we finally made it hom just before 9pm. I tried to write this enrty but tireness overcame me!! Looking forward to discovering more. Caio!
... and saw a woman driving! The first woman was allowed to be a driver in 2010 and now there are only a handful out there. There are only 4 bridges crossing the Grand Canal. Between the Ca d'Oro and the Rialto markets, some gondola men run a mini taxi service. It takes about 1 minute to cross the river and they charge EUR2 per person. We gave it a go and it saved us a 15 minute walk around. Plus it was fun to be on a gondola. For about a minute. After picking up our bags, ...
... to some pretty cool places in Europe.
Traveling abroad, I have learned, is a double-edged sword. No matter how many places you go to, there's always some place(s) you are dying to go to next, as well as places you feel the need to travel back to as soon as possible. If only we had all the money in the world to go absolutely everywhere. Hearing these stories from all these incredible places makes me jealous of those who have been able ...
... its own.
I highly recommend visiting this wonderful city if you ever get the chance! You simply can't go wrong with good food and beautiful sights :)
*Tips from Venice
1. Seriously, know where your hostel is located before you spend over an hour trying to find it...
2. Sometimes, you don't need to plan every last detail. Walking around an area and just enjoying it with good company is sometimes the best thing to do!