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... sides and old buildings atop the water. It was so surreal because I had dreamt of seeing Venice for a long time, but only had seen it through magazines, books, and the internet. And now, I was seeing it with my own eyes!
We wandered ...
Next on the must-see list of Italy was Venice. For pure wow factor alone, this may be one of my all time favorite cities. The island portion of Venice is truly fascinating with no motor vehicles or really even bicycles, because anything with wheels would need to navigate a veritable maze of waterways, bridges, and stairs. Transportation by boat is the norm and the water buses are just as efficient as a regular city bus with a no nonsense pick up and drop off and move on routine. One of ...
... our gondolier ride we walked quite a distance and found a nice restaurant for a lovely pizza and pasta before returning to our hotel tired from another day of exploring the streets of Venice.
Today was a pretty relaxing day. The ...
Something is bothering me. I think there is a word in Italian that
sounds a lot like "Faith." Fiona has heard it too. I hear it everywhere,
all the time. I always want it to be someone I know, and randomly run
into them here in a different country and have an epic reunion or
something. But it is always some Italians speaking to each other..and
not to me..so basically I just seem paranoid.
Today was ...
... we never did come across those hillsides covered in vines. There were some vineyards interspersed with fields of sunflower, corn, ploughed fields and weeds; ah! and olive trees, mustn’t forget the olive trees. Hardly any animals at all: Quite a few small areas of forest and signs for leaping deer and others for snowflakes, but we didn’t see either of them.
Along the way there are many small towns that have been fortified in the dim and distant ...