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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 …
Bit more of an explore today, plus some shopping. Decided against paying €12 each for a coffee while listening to the band in Piazza San Marco, but not before snapping a selfie! Nothing happens in Venice before about 9-9:30am. I went for a run yesterday at 7:30am and nobody was around - great time to be out! The shops mostly stay open till 9-10 pm though, and of course the restaurants and bars stay open until you stop spending money ...
... t call chicken breast served with a small amount of iceberg lettuce, a salad. Oh and I also tried my first straight espresso. Can't say I'm a fan now, but it was worth a try.... I have had worst shots before :) We had a masquerades party which was a lot of fun, as everyone had purchased some sort of mask in Venice. Cocktails were sold by the bucket and the sprites were done by free pour (shots aren't measured). You definitely can't complain about the strength of your drink in ...
... reflect off the canals in a million different ways, felt like finally realizing a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Venice is like no other place I've been to. In most European cities we've visited, there has been a city center which is pedestrian only, but there are streets and cars outside of the center. Cars have no use in Venice, unless you need a 2,000 lb paperweight. The entire city accepts ...
... used on the mosaics towering above us, gorgeous! And the floors--beautiful mosaics, geometric and animal forms, a mixture of Byzantine and Gothic Romanesque and everything in between. The floors are amazing also because they are so mishapen. This area floods almost every winter, and this has caused the floors to buckle and wave , in some places up to 2 feet up or down from the original flat plane. Claire and I found a free English-speaking tour and joined them for ...
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