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Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... domed roof is open and if it rains it
gets wet and the old drainage system takes care of it. Beautiful.
Those ancient Romans were pretty smart.
to our own devices, we joined a Canadian couple, George and Rita, and
had an Italian meal on the street with a handsome waiter taking care
of us. No bum pinching yet.
Sunday the 29th of
September – Sunday, a day of
rest, and, because ...
... were done so the illiterate people of the day could still take part and understand parts of the bible. One of the most amazing things that the guide told us is that in the crypt in the Basilica is, supposedly, the remains of St Mark himself.
After our tour we met in the square and got a group photo. The ground rules for the rest of the day were given and we all set off to explore this amazing city. There were gondola rides had, great ...
... at about the same time I told Mike he had better get some shut eye, Hannah gave up the ghost and joined Mike in getting a little sleep. I was surprised that we didn't have to fill out any arrival papers as we went through customs. As a matter of fact, we can't find where they even stamped Bailey's passport. We saw the agent and heard the hard thump of his stamping machine, but, Bailey has no entry stamp. I think she is a little bummed. Wish ...
... the Cafe Baro by a smooth talking front man the food was good and the cafe was on the edge of the GC. and very relaxing. Home to bed for a good 12 hours sleep in a proper bed. Big day tomorrow i.e Essendon v Collingwood and Venetian Foundation ...
... 40 in tolls! That was a little expensive, so we decided to take the toll free route. We knew that this meant more scenic driving, little villages and slower speeds. We didn’t know it meant winding mountain roads, merciless, insane Italian drivers and endless hours of driving. Beezel was feeling more than a little sick after ~2 hours of winding mountain roads, and trust me when I say that the Italian methods of driving only become apparent when you leave the motorways.