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... had people taking photos from the bridges so we started pulling funny faces and gun shots. There will be some pretty sweet photos of us out there on the Internet. We had a good time but I'm glad we didn't pay 80eur to go on it. We paid 40 each for the tour and ride. Most gondola rides are 80, which I would have been annoyed if we had paid that. It's cool but is a rip off. After the ride we headed back to the apartment to make dinner and we watched a movie before going to ...
This blog covers 2 days of sightseeing in Venice.
Our trip yesterday took us to Murano. It is a pretty straight forward trip, just take the water taxi to Lido, and then catch the next taxi to Murano.
We slept in till quite late, so we did not meet the taxi till 10.30. The trip to Lido then takes about another 30 minutes. The trip to Lido was good, as you get to see Venice from a different perspective. You also realise how many ...
... of green rolling hills and houses with steep roofs so that in winter the snow would just slid off. It was kinda what I expect Switzerland to be like. There were even cows with cow bells and all. This looked like a great chill out stop for the adventure sport type. From here you can do sky diving, paraponting, hand gliding etc. Entering into Italy our Italian bus driver sang the Italian national anthem. ...
... order to learn about yourself. I was finding happiness with each day I was lost with nothing but my camera and perhaps a pack of dry nuts and fruit. It was almost like that Wizard of Oz wisdom where you never knew your greatest strengths until you had to face your fears (or something like that)...except on a different note.Thanking me for my wisdom, (for which I patted myself on the back), the german went his way, and I went mine. Had a very late lunch all ...
... Had I known that I would have just spent the extra night in Venice.
High points of Italy? Well, Cinque Terre was beautiful but once you've seen one small coastal town you've seen them all. That and it's a bit 'exclusive' feeling. I liked the relative grit of Genoa and it's prostitutes, probably even more than I liked Rome. But then I've been fascinated with Genoa since Edward Fox' lead character in the 1973 film The Day of the Jackal makes a stop there. If ...