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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... San Marco Piazza this evening but bed beckoned! I think it is the comfort of the air conditioning in our Venice Apartment which is keeping us indoors, as opposed to the heat of our Florence Apartment which evicted us outdoors. Tomorrow we intend to visit the Marano Island before meeting Shazza's long lost friend from Primary School, Joanne, for an aperitif at the Hotel ...
... pretty special. We also loved walking up the many bridges and looking down the waterways at passing gondola and boats, navigating the water traffic. Eventually we made it to the piazza San Marco, the main square in Venice, a unesco heritage sight that awed us with its gorgeous intricate architecture. It was a beautiful place. After walking around we decided to climb the magnificent red brick bell tower, St Marks Camponile, to enjoy a beautiful view of the city. The lift was a ...
... felt busy and crowded. It felt like there was a tug of war going on between history and tourism and they didn't know how to fix it. Suitcases EVERYWHERE!
Anyhow.. on our second day we took it slower and took more of it in. Went to the square. Drank our cheap beers because... we could. Ate some pasta in a little restaurant. Watched the people enjoy the city like we were. We walked through the Piazza San Marco admiring the amazing architecture. We never ...
... rain. We were enroute to the ferrovia for our train back to Feltre so needed to keep going. Nobody was getting off the vaporettos, so more and more wet people kept squeezing on. When one of the vents leaked, the lady underneath just got wet. When the ferry lurched to avoid a gondola, water ran off the flat roof onto those lined up along the side! Those not soaked laughed. Those soaked grinned and bore/wore it. It was wet. If Venice wasn't flooding before, ...
... to an impossibly long wire so it hung just above the floor. It was stunning. We were both getting tired after walking for many hours, however, it was beginning to dawn on us that we would not need two days to explore Venice. After all, neither of us enjoyed restaurants that cater solely for tourists, of which there were plenty. Deciding to finally head toward Piazza San Marco (the most busy place imaginable, other ...