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... is really sweet like a mini Venezia with little bridges and a big main walking street with lots of terraces and little shops going towards the ports with hundreds of fisher boats. We walked around a bit but It was a bit late so tomorrow we'll come earlier and eat here so we can see more. We had a drink at a nice lounge bar and than we biked back to sit around a bit as it was still pretty warm. It looked as if it was going to be difficult to sleep. 7th It had been an ...
... and good hotel breakfast, we were finally beginning to recover from our vigorous flight day and we felt more rested. We checked out of our hotel but left our luggage in what they call their "safe luggage room" to be picked up later. I understand there is a luggage check at the Piazelle Roma also, but it costs 7 Euros per bag and the hotel was free. It was raining. No problem if you don't have an umbrella because men ...
... of plain clothes ticket inspectors were on the boat checking tickets. They had a huge altercation with a young Argentinian guy who was ticketless and told him he had to pay fine of 59 euros on the spot. He refused, but the beautiful young ticket collector stood her ground, called in reinforcements but he would not budge. He claimed he had no wallet and no passport! At Piazzale Roma, we saw them heading to the police station. We spent a long time on boats ...
... as cars can go. This is a very crowded transport hub, with cars driving from the mainland heading into multistory carparks, coaches dropping off and picking up passengers, several ticket offices and a number of stops for the Vaporetto (or water bus), which are essentially Venice's local bus network. A's first impression of Venice was one of decrepitude. The entire city bears the marks of a once prosperous empire which was able to afford ...
... it would make people think twice before committing a serious and horrible crime, such as murder. This is just my personal opinion though and I can see other peoples argument. As for actually seeing the Colosseum in person, it doesn't get any better than that. The sheer size of the structure is ridiculously impressive but knowing some of the history behind it makes everything that much better. After exploring the Colosseum for a good while, Kinsey and I went over to ...
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