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Travel Blogs from San Trovaso
Didn't have to get up early today, bliss. Met the guys at the airport and got the
bikes back together. No mean feat, they had been well and truly taken apart.
Yesterday I mentioned the road into Venice, its horrendous, and it was the first
introduction for some of the guys not only to Italy but cycling abroad. A dual
The waterways of Venice are like a washing machine with turbulence of numerous ferries, waterbuses, water taxis, gondolas and private boats of various sized going in many direction. Just like Bourke st only boats on water and no traffic lights. Planning to go to Murano island lead to us buying an all day pass to see a number of the islands afterwards. Murano island was quieter than we expected. Maybe as it is in the middle of glass blowers annual holidays. It doesn't make a ...
... ferry that it looked like the tide was out - well it certainly came in. However,we enjoyed the experience and especially enjoyed the ferry trip by night. Venezia does have a charm! When we got home, we washed our feet in the bidet and a lot of grot came off! Kids, do you remember using the bidet in Austria to do the same thing?
Impressions today - dogs as fashion statements, bells chiming from the many churches, young girls with mobiles in one ...
... the boat.
After sharing pizza we braved the crowds to try and find masks. I eventually found one that I liked after looking around for around half an hour. I tried it on and it looked quite good. Explored the St Marks area for a while, but the amount of people there made it difficult to really see anything, so we made our way back around 5pm.
Looking forward to going back to Austria tomorrow, after almost a week in Italy. ...
Venice was one of our very first weekends away when we arrived in the UK.
Three years later we found ourselves back in the same café ordering a latte and espresso to kick start our day.
Following the signs, we pretty much took the same route to find ourselves back in the main San Marco square. It seemed little had changed. Hoards of people still queue to enter the Basilica and museums and scaffolding is still up for restorations. Flocks of pigeons ...