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Today is my last day in Venice and I have had the time of my life, visiting all the sites that Venice has to offer the world. My flight out Venice to Dubai, is at 3:50pm which means I had to be there at 12:30pm, I slept in this morning till 10:30 which was nice then started to pack up my things. Getting a cab to the airport was long, got a lot of traffic but I left an ...
... to find our way. We were starting to get soaked from head to toe (including my duotang of itinerary and maps..aackkk) so it didn't take long before I asked a shoemaker (I think) and he directed us to the Ponte San Polo (bridge). We weren't far. Luckily I spotted the street sign fairly quickly and then the address.
Elena buzzed us in and we hauled our suitcases up four flights of stairs ...
... restaurant clearing tables. As the tables start clearing, Maria Pia, John, Paula and myself are asked to leave the restaurant as we were the last ones left. I'll just say that it was only 8:30pm! We move out to the lobby to continue our conversations which could've ran through the night. By 10:30pm we remember that we have a 6am start and decide to call it a night. It's off to Rome tomorrow but so far Italy has proven itself to be all it's cracked up to ...
... though it was a bright afternoon, we could still see the screen perfectly. The rest of the afternoon is spent getting ready for our second formal night. We are going to go to dinner at 6.00, so hopefully there will not be too much of a queue. Just after midnight we will be passing Gallipoli but of course it will not be visible. We are due to arrive in Istanbul about 8.30 tomorrow, where we have a full day of ...
... secret to Venice and how to get the most out of it: get off the main paths. The difference is like stepping from Hollywood Boulevard to the inside of an unused sound stage in Universal Studios, or from Leicester Square to one of the old abandoned London Underground stations. It's another world. My directions were fine but Google Maps (and this is a repeat problem I've found) seems completely unable to peg street names correctly, labelling one street the same as ...