Il Mercante di Venezia
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... bridge now I've spent a few days in venice, but I still have a very poor mental map of the place. They looked somewhat surprised that I wasn't Italian, though I would highly doubt that they themselves were Venetian. The venetians blend into the laneways and rickety doorways, and seem very private. Next time I visit, I hope to stay long enough to engage into a conversation with one, and learn more about the non-touristy venice. I'll ask them if their beautiful city maintains a romance for them ...
... it, this train has cost us enough already” and when we got to the station we legged it!!!! Know what??? We don’t even feel a bit guilty! The whole episode cost us about $400 but the sad thing when I got off the waterbus with my bag and a nice man offered to help me with it my first reaction was to say no (I didn’t) and the same when a nice guy picked up my bag (Steve had the big case) to carry it ...
A lazy morning after a late finish yesterday with the laundry/kitchen saga.
We made it a leisurely pace for our last day in Venice and headed to Cannaregio district. This area is heavily residential and far less touristy and relaxing so is similar to the district we are staying in. Phil and I both noticed the style of homes differed again slightly as had been the case when wandering thru various districts the other day.
Cannaregio district also has the old Jewish ...
... on the places we had discovered prior to this from across the water.
Gelato time for the girls....moving on and taking it all in.
We truly all love this City and enjoying every moment, apart from the most annoying people pushing through the crowds of people with absolutely no manners at all.
The Italians here clearly will squeeze into any space as small as it may be. Unbelievably annoying and they just continue on their merry way no matter how hard they bump into ...
... and danced for us instead and drank a beer whilst rowing. His name was Ricardo. Once we got back on the mainland back to the campsite, our beach party had been cancelled so we made our own! Unfortunately, we've left two boys from our tour behind due to a dislocated elbow (drunken accident!) but they should be fine and catch up with us soon hopefully. On our way to Austria now, via white water rafting so should be fun! ...