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... standing gondolier manages that feat...
Venice is a city made up of 117 small islands all connected by thousands of bridges and hundreds of canals..and us home to over 300,000.. With approx 70,000 actually living in the historic city centre.. it is renowned for its picturesque settings, it's architecture and it's artwork..
One of the most photographed cities in the world, there are " picture perfect" opportunities on every corner!
... 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 ...
... so I went ahead and checked out the clock tower across the plaza. They only had an elevator, which I reluctantly took. From the top I was able to look out over the square and the city but the canals weren't visible making Venice appear to be a typical city. Gabriele met me at the base of the tower and we headed out to lunch, stopping in random churches along the way. We saw a man who was feeding the pigeons and had several that were just sitting on his arms, shoulder and head - which ...
... map. Throw in canals everywhere with 420 bridges (which I believe we crossed half of them in our two short days), it gets confusing. But we did find our way through Venice using yellow signs with arrows painted on the side of buildings directing us to Rialto, Marco, and Roma as the landmarks we aimed for. Marco was St. Marks Square where St. Marks church and the Doge's Palace were located. That was the furthest area we traveled to on the island. It was located on the lagoon on the south ...
... the morning we did what every tourist that goes to Venice must do at some point: go to St. Mark's Square. It wasn't like anything I'd ever seen before. The ornate decorations and monuments where everywhere, and the facades of the buildings succeeded in their goals of being built to impress. The locals say Venice doesn't change much, and you can imagine they're as proud to show off their city now as ...