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... a dead-end. We found ourselves looking at a large canal thinking we knew which one it must be, only to turn around a corner and be several streets away from where we thought! Still, it was lovely to see all the little shops and streets and the Venice-culture!We had said to the staff at the Serena that we would be back for the car about 5 o'clock and knew it was a half hour ride on the bus. So at about 4 o'clock as ...
... brainless, greedy, manipulative, dishonest, and conscience-free. If I ever have my own business, I will never run it like other people. You have my word. I just really dislike all Caucasian people and the more I get to encounter them, the more I understand where the blonde jokes came from. They simply don't think and they think everything revolves around them. I don't even want to even talk about them. The important thing is that I ended my trip in Venice and not anywhere ...
... We checked into the Crowne Plaza in Venice East around 2 pm and had lunch in their restaurant. Gary will post photos of our meals, which were very good. Sherry and I enjoyed hot tea with lemon Bill and Gary drove into Venice to return the rental car, and took the train back to the hotel. Something of an adventure for ...
... four foot prints engraved on it - one on each corner. Turns out the name of this particular bridge: "Ponte di Pugni" literally translates to "Bridge of Punches". Back in the days of yore (I'm not sure how long ago, basically) to settle a score combatants would start on a corner, and then they would close in and wrestle to try and throw the other into the canal. It's these kind of not-in-the-guide nuggets of information that make travelling so exciting, and even just knowing this ...
This morning we got up and headed over to the Rialto market which had heaps of fruit, vegetable and fish stands. We wandered around there for a little bit then slowly made our way through San Polo and Desodouro and back into San Marco, checking out little stores and canals and getting lots a few times. We went back to the hotel for a little bit of a siesta, then headed out to explore the old Jewish ...