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... funky too. We then took a leisurely stroll back to the bottom of venice to collect our stuff. We were soon back on a train making our way towards Frankfurt for the end of our trip. But before I say goodbye to venice, just a couple of things that come to mind: We managed to walk nearly the entire island, there wasn't actually an area in venice we didn't set foot in. We carried a pram over an endless amount of bridges and pontes, somewhere between 60 and 80 we think. ...
... this side of such a touristy city.
That night we headed back to Milan, but decided to stop in the famous Verona for dinner and a glass of wine. You can see why Shakespeare would have been inspired to write 'Romeo & Juliet' in this setting.
I don't really know how I could ever thank Cristina and her amazing parentals for such an unexpected and truly wonderful weekend. I laughed sooooo much.... BIG LOVE!
... You can imagine the rest. Add it to the list of life improvements. So that was our check in in Venice. How in the world did we manage that? Especially when we checked with each other about the liquids. Yup! They are in a ziplock! So embarrassing!
I managed to wrap everything well enough in our coats and clothing we had with us and borrowed a piece of paper and some duct tape to mark the bag as fragile and we are grateful that ...
... ticket line and into the museum. The Doge's Palace is an interesting place. There were many rooms for the various councils and mailboxes where people could drop notes of written accusals about crimes. When the note was reviewed by the councils, the signature was verified and if the accused was found innocent, the accuser would be punished for the crime that he dictated in the note.
... challenging due to all the waterways and the need to find bridges to cross but I think its a great way to see the place and experience the Venetian way.
On the way we crossed over numerous bridges including one over the Grand Canal on which people have placed "love locks", padlocks with their names written on them. We didn't realise just how many there were until the return journey as the bridge was very crowded on the way over. There were ...