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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Daisy, Ainzley and I were part of the group that got lost). We hopped on the next bus and just decided to look at every stop for our group. We later figured out though that there are 9 different systems of boats that stop at different places. We got to the area Rialto and were kicked off the boat. Katie and I had Anna's number so we went to 2 shops that both refused to call her for us and then found a hotel that lent us his phone. Anna told us to ...
... between the cars. I told her that we had a nice toilet in our own car at the far end. It was one of those circular walled ones. You pushed a button and the wall slid open, when you got inside there were 2 buttons to push, one to shut the door and the second to lock the door. Inside there was also a "spring loaded" toilet seat - she had been having trouble with these already. As she put it, she finally got the seat down, sat on it and did her business. When she stood ...
•Another long day on the bus! Crossed the border to Italy- exciting! • Stop in at Verona- Saw Romeo & Juliets balcony & the letters to Juliet. Touched her left boob for luck! Love locks on the wall. Cute! •Shared out first Italian Pizza. Annoyed cos of no wifi. •Arrived at ...
... collecting our baggage and finding our way to our hotel. Our second day in Venice was spent exploring Venice and its surrounding islands by the water. First stop was the island of Morano which has been made famous by its glass factories. Here we watched beautiful glass chandeliers being made by the skill glass blowers in their factories and spent a few hours working our way through the hundreds of glassware shops. Finally I settled on buying a pretty set of ...
... most of the museums I have visited, a comprehensive historical account of Venice and it's growth and development has been lacking.
Everywhere I went I kept seeing these trestles and boarding stacked along the street. I thought they were for street stalls but thet were walkways for the flooding. Parts of St Mark's Sq. have been affected by the tide each morning - you can still get around easily but it looks like it is a regular event.
There is an invasion going ...