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There are really no words right now to describe Venice. It has been the highlight of our trip so far.
After a beautiful drive through Austria and into Italy yesterday, we were not sure what to expect in Venice. Our drive through Venice was a bit underwhelming, in a pretty ordinary European city. We checked into the hotel and got back into …
Amaneci pesimo. Decaimiento y una reaccion alergica, con ronchitas en
cuello, cara, muniecas y panza. Pero obviamente, emprendi mi rumbo a
Venecia, porque era el unico dia que me quedaba antes de partir a
Me tome el bus, y en 15 minutos estaba en la isla. Me sentia como el
orto, pero Forza Italia!
Me compre el pase de …
Left Como and headed south then east from Milan to Venice.
Lots of trucks on the road and yes at 130 kph as well.
Sorry to disappoint the romantic - but Venice is very dirty - but I guess if you get the chance to visit you will have to do it (could make a lot of money selling Karcher's over here). Visited Murano to see all the Venetian …
We took a walking tour of Venice where we saw St. Mark's Square and the byzantine Basilica, Doges' Palace and the Bridge of Sighs. Then we watched skilled glassblowers making vases and other delicate objects. We took a gondola ride.
... and the structure of towns from that age. It was small but we had good coffee. The only Problem was that we could not find the bus station to go back home. In the end we just stayed at the one and we were lucky, after 10 minutes there was a bus going to Padova. Yeah traffic in italy works a little differently. We found our way back home, and our bikes were waiting for us at the train-station (miracle).