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... It's across the canal from St Marks so it would be a slightly vantage point but much less crowded. We walked around the area quite a bit, also less crowded and more peaceful. Ironic that not only am I complaining about crowds and tourists, I'm one of those adding to the problem. The skies looked pretty clear, but we'd hear the random thunderclaps off in the distance. Fingers crossed that we'd stay ...
... So there we were, at the Vatican, standing in the rain while we waited for our VIP passes to get accepted (I suppose we’re special). You all must be thinking, “WOW! That’s awesome!! You must have been stoked!” Well, that’s what I thought, right up until I walked into the Vatican. And by walked, I mean shuffled because every millimeter of space was occupied with another smelly, sweaty body. I thought I had a tolerance for crowds, due to ...
... Aaron the kiwi lads, Juan the Colombia and Bea from Phillipines. It was really fun and can now say we have done the Venice gondolas which did get us some great views but I kept thinking we were going to topple over. It is not very busy in Venice and the moment as it is low season and it was a Sunday as well so not to many boats but it was pretty tight in some places with boats coming around corners - I hate to think what it would have been like when there ...
... on the ferry up the canal to Rialto, which is the centre and origin of Venice. The tickets must be validated just like at home, and they are thin cardboard things so I wasn't convinced we needed to do this. By they obviously have tiny chips or mag strips somewhere cause they definitely work with just a wave. And it seems to work well. Why didn't we do something simple and seemingly inexpensive like this in Melbourne I'll never know I ...
... road, hoping desperately there weren't any ticks or snakes.
We finally found the grocery store and they had no drinks or snacks. What?! It's true. It was bizarre. By this point we were both hot, grumpy, and not happy about the walk back on the highway. We made it to the train station on the wak back, where we realized there was no ticket booth. We had to buy tickets from the hotel. The problem was, the hotel was 10 minutes away, the train was ...