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... After the break, no fewer than four additional goals were scored by Holland, each one welcomed to rapturous applause and air-punching. We left them to continue the celebrations at around 11.15pm. One of the main reasons for choosing this site was to visit the Renaissance town of Urbino, birthplace of Raphael and site of a university. The town has been awarded the Unesco status of a World Heritage Site. We were a bit unsure of visiting on a Saturday, fearing crowds ...
... were lifted. The whole apartment was refinished which was a relief after our long train ride from Rome. The next day we took a walk to the San Marco square and the gondolas. The gondolas were a nice way to ease into the Venetian culture and learn about the city and it's history. We had a nice dinner at one of the local diners we found along the sea. The next morning we walked over to a campo where we hoped to find ...
... cathedral towering over us. We walked up steps, down steps, over bridges and through alleys only wide enough for one person at a time. Eventually we came across Macdonalds where we bought 2 coffees and large fries for 5.50 euros, much cheaper than yesterday's coffees. It gave us a chance to rest our legs as there is absolutely nowhere to sit in Venice, unless you go into a restaurant or cafe. By ...
... like what you would expect Venice to look like.
After our 5 days, it was finally time to head back to London for me. Our flight was out of Marco Polo (again) for 10:30 and I was back in London by about 1:00 p.m. All in all, it was a great trip full of beautiful sights, delicious food and drink, and even better memories.
Take a look at the pictures attached to this blog post, please! I can assure you that you won't want to miss seeing them!
... there were old beams along the ceilings :) Guy walked us to his friend's restaurant called 'Jonny's', and we had lunch there - a whole pizza each! :P Afterwards, we walked past seafood restaurants and thought they would be nice for dinner the next night. They were across a canal from a church bell tower that I'm sure was leaning, so we named it the leaning bell tower and used it as a landmark over the next few days :P
We walked to ...