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The bag is going well. Dragged it through Venice peak hour traffic (Venice has no cars so I'm talking about people) Venice does have stairs and bridges. So the bags goes up the stairs over the bridge and down the stairs. On to a ferry. Off a ferry. On to a bus. Off a bus and 200 meters down the road to our hotel and it's bloody good. I leave wazza for dead with his old dinosaur of a suitcase. The travel pods are perfect. I open ...
... again, desperately hoping not to look like a burglar or an idiot in front of a local group of Italian men standing on the street corner, all the while Billy is still asleep in bed two floors up with no phone contact. Finally after 20 minutes with no avail, she requested the help of one of the Italian men. He gladly came to help, took the keys, and opened the door...to the next apartment. Nikki had fervently been trying to get into ...
... out how to actually flag down the men in
stripped shirts. We finally catch
the eye of Leonardo and gently enter our craft. We have a spectacular ride down the Grand Canal and then
onto some smaller canals in the oldest part of Venice...bellisimo. A little singing and some whistling,
but mostly quiet, very serene. Only about 500 gondolas left, all the gondoliers
must be licensed, wear black pants, a striped shirt, and closed dark
shoes. Hat ...
... on Venice, we purchased a 36 hour water bus and land bus ticket and jumped on the first water bus that came past as they all eventually ended up at the big square. It is a very interesting city and very unique, it was a relief not having cars driving around as the Italians are absolutely chaotic drivers. Once out of the main square which was great but very crowed, we wandered the streets and canals and ended up accidentally at the main bridge which is ...
... to pay for the add-on tours of the Golden Altar, the Treasury, and St. Mark's Museum. The museum was on the second floor, and this was a good value-add because it gave you access to the outside areas to take pictures of the square from the perspective of the roof of the church. The Golden Altar was nice, although fairly limited in value other than getting closer to the choir area of the church (and to St. Mark who is buried under the altar) ...
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