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Travel Blogs from Marghera
... and meringue. We then scoffed some pizza. All in all costing us about 6 euro each. Anyway, day 2 we headed into Venice. The city is amazing, but only a shell of its former self apparently. Was easy to get lost in all the alleys and canals. So touristy but still great. Today we spent it by the pool getting some sun and reading books. Tonight however we are heading into Venice again for dinner and a gondola ride, then we head to Rome tomorrow bright and early. Talk again soon. Bye ...
... be staying in a house tent.
Breaking with prior practice, we quickly dumped our gear in the tent, and grabbed the bus into Rome. As mentioned, it was a bus and train into the city, but the train line was closed for servicing over a few stops, so the trip evolved into a bus, train, bus trip. Hmm. Anyway, we arrived in the city and immediately jumped on the metro to Colosseo station, which, strangely enough drops you right out front of the Colosseum. The greater European ...
... else and literally all over Venice. We saw it all just by getting lost in the small alley ways and weaving through all the bridges and buildings. We had a lovely dinner right on the water by the grand canal fresh seafood and the whole feel of Venice was just so different and good! Plus the shopping was awesome! Definitely one of my favourite places ...
... arms… A couple even ventured towards Lizzie but
were soon scared off by the shrieking coming from her direction. Afterwards, we
ventured inside St. Peter’s Basilica, managing to bypass the mammoth queue by
checking our bags in first then heading straight to the front. Despite the fact
the Basilica was undergoing construction, it was still very beautiful inside
and we spent a little while in here.
The following day ...
shake a stick at. Good place for diehard shoppers, I imagine.
Back to Jesolo for a late night dinner then camped in a little park as the countless campgrounds (30 or more of them in the area!) were all closed for the winter.The young people here are enamoured of American fast food, at this lovely restaurant we saw some 20 somethings eating a pizza that was
covered in French Fries- I kid you not!