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... Martin.?) but I believe it was and still is the largest unsupported dome in the world.
I spent two days exploring there, and I got to see Michealangelo's 'David' in the Academia museum pretty much all by myself because they had a late opening night on the Saturday I was there. That day was rather spoilt however when I went back to my bike at about 11pm to find it had been stolen. I'd locked it to a bike rack but they must have had a pair of bolt ...
... the view of the square. Bunches of people were feeding birdseed to the pigeons, and the pigeons would land on the people’s hands and shoulders. We thought this was entertaining, but opted against feeding the birds. We had a great view of St Mark’s Bascilla, the cathedral church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Venice, and took this opportunity to capture some great photos. We received our ...
We arrived after about a 4 hour drive in Venice.
And the cool thing is, that my birthday is here.
So once we unpacked we drove to Venice island and I love this place so
much the feel is just like Australia that’s why.
So today is the first day and today we too the bus to Venice island and we walked around town.
First we walked to the main square and people say that ...
... I must say that driving in Italy was way easier than I expected. It was great to have a car and to have the freedom to go where we wanted. And it wasn't that expensive either, and we had a fairly new car. Dropping the car off was pretty easy as well.
Just remembered something. Allan kept commenting on the amount of hay that we saw, but never saw any stock. He thought they must be kept in a barn somewhere. When we were nearly at Venice, he saw some ...
... Relax and enjoy the moment. It’s occasions like these where although the experience may only last 30 minutes the memories should be cherished for a life time. It was almost 1pm when we took the people mover back to port. The walk back to the ship took less than 5 minutes as it was in a berth nearest to the port entrance. Most of the new arrivals had already started to check in and many were queuing to board. There did not seem to be a special path for passengers in ...