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Okay so going to Venice was crazy! We go to the night train and they had misnumbered the cars. Our car was missing so our private room was non-existent! Ten minutes later we find our new room which was supposed to be in 1st class but wasn't. II go to check out my bunk and to my surprise there is a hobo sleeping next to my bed. SERIOUSLY! The …
... to walk for a bit longer to find your way home, but that is about it. There is always a friendly Venetian ready to tell you where to go! Stating the very obvious, Venice really is a stunning place. About 270,000 people and a city on water, which has existed for 1500 years. Venice as we now know it came to be when people here fled to the marshes to escape the attacks of the Huns in the 6th century AD, and stayed there. Some of the ...
... vaporetto took us over to island. We got off in front of the basilica, and wandered down the fondamenta on the Venice side, checking out some of the yachts moored there, and stopping briefly at the cafe. We went into the free exhibition at Le Stanza del Vetro, all about Carlo Scarpa's design work in the 1930s and 40s for the Venini glassworks. Then we spotted a sign for an interesting-looking photographic exhibition nearby. It was located in an ...
... with coffee at a nearby cafe before returning to the hostel to watch the Olympics. In the common room we met up with the Korean guys, and met three new friends from England. We all decided to go to the nearby bar and have a few drinks.
The British girls turned out to be a riot. They were fascinated with our "American slang", and taught us a few new British slang words as well. The South Korean guys had gone to school in Australia and had amazing Australian ...
i,ll start this off by apolkogising agin for my bad chicken-typing on this tablet. hope you can use your imagination rpto guess what i,m saying.
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an early start to catch a train from grindelwald, change at inbterlaken, train to speiz, change again for brig, get off at wrobg stop - visp, bugger up all arrangements, finally get back on track and really change at brig, breathe an enormous sigh ...
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- Pets allowed