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Today with Kurt and Ryan, we hoped on a tour to go to Murrano and Burrano, two small islands about 20 minutes from Venice. I was very hung over so I had a tough mornnkng on the boat, but once we got to Burrano and I had some food my hangover dimmed away. Unfortunately, the boat left one minute after we got to the meeting point, so we had to wait another hour and a ...
... sits on the Lugano Lake. The people there dressed very well but the prices there were exorbitant (I found a hat worth €400!) so I just stayed with my thongs and t-shirt. All I can't say is the Swiss are extremely wealthy. Lugano was nice and after another 20 minutes or so we reached the Italian border. What struck you once you cross the border was the alps disappeared and we were now on a flat plain. Our next stop was for ...
... were dealing in cases not kilos, were clearly representing restaurants and smaller produce stores. Neither of us had ever seen so many different types of cephalopods for sale. We returned to the hotel to collect the girls (who were not that excited to get up)and we ventured back to St. Mark's Square to tour the Doge's Palace. I liked the prison and the Bridge of Sighs. It is never good to be in prison but I would say ...
... got comepletely soaked despite my poncho. The canals were flooding over and some of the streets were completely wiped out! Eventually I got slightly miserable and just wanted out of there. One cool thing i did see was a glass making place where a man was making jewelry. I watched him forawhile then he offered to make me some earrings. i got to choose the glass i wanted then he formed them and turned them in into earrings! It was really ...
... half hour (felt like a lot longer), backtracking constantly after finding myself at dead ends. Lost in the almost deserted alleys of an unfamiliar city at night on your own isn't an altogether pleasant experience, just so you know. That's another thing I've noticed about Venice, actually. Because ...