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Joanna and I had a really good rest, so we were refreshed and ready to take on a big day of sightseeing.
Background of Venice: it is a city built on stilts. The wooden poles were cut from trees from the surrounding lagoon area. This seems crazy in my head, but somehow it works, and the city of canals is one of the most famous in the world.
We chose a cheap café advertised on a pamphlet on our bedroom desk, and headed there for breakfast. They had an array of ...
where we met up with our local guide, Nicoletta, a tiny, slim,
elegant older lady who took us through crowded streets to many sights
but especially the Spanish Stairs and the Trevi Fountain where we had
to push our way through to throw our two coins in, one to return to
Rome, the second for love, and a third if you wanted a divorce. The
next highlight was the Pantheon – two thousand years old and still
being used. The centre ...
I got up and had a leisurely breakfast then sat by the pool and read my book then Facebook chatted with tat. I also phone qantas and waited on the phone for half my life to change my flights. Will cost 500 bucks but worth it so I don't have to worry about getting an interview. Now I just need to worry about not getting one haha. I went into town at 3 and did the walk to st marks square where ...
... in Venice' but finding La Boutique del Gelato proved to be quite a challenge! After wandering the small alleyways over many bridges we did find it (with help from the GPS feature on Row's ipod), and it was definitely worth the search (see the picture ...
... after we had walked 2k into a village & couldn’t make sense of the description as it was a relatively recent one & the bell tower was completely wrong. Back we went to catch a ferry & ran for it at the end. This took us to Burano from where another one took us to Torcello. This proved to be a real gem as it has a wonderful Romanesque cathedral with some magnificent mosaics & fine Byzantine carved panels & also a lovely domed roofed ...