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... stalls, selling all the touristic type souvenirs. There were thousands of tourists! The atmosphere was Carnival like with bands playing, women dressed in period costume and there was even a couple in wedding outfit having their photos taken ( George Clooney had been married in Venice this weekend so people were cashing in on this event) We stood in line for a look at St Markos church. It wasn't quite as spectacular as I was led to ...
... a bit rocky and I was clinging to the bench for dear life!) she let them try to stand up on top of the back of the boat, and learn to row like a gondolier, which requires paddling, then using the oar as a rudder, since the paddle always stays on the same side of the boat, and gondoliers row alone. I was sure someone would fall in, but no, everyone did great. We even managed to get the boys rowing the front, mark on top in the back, and me still with a death grip on the ...
... where we needed to go (which was only across the street!) and then said our thank yous and goodbyes. We would have been stuffed without those two! We were greeted by Phillip who showed us around their beautiful apartment. His partner Yonathan was still at work. They also have a tiny little chiwawa named Kicka. After having a shower I went straight to bed. Travelling is fairly tiring even if it's not really that far ...
I heard a siren sounding when I was asleep and didn't take any notice of it. We look out the window and it's raining. The hotel doesn't supply breakfast, but they have coffee and a kettle in the room. There is a cafe on the street outside of the hotel. I get some milk and a croissant and go back to the room. We decide to go out around 11 and look out the window to see the streets flooded. The sirens that I heard we a warning that the ...
... map. Throw in canals everywhere with 420 bridges (which I believe we crossed half of them in our two short days), it gets confusing. But we did find our way through Venice using yellow signs with arrows painted on the side of buildings directing us to Rialto, Marco, and Roma as the landmarks we aimed for. Marco was St. Marks Square where St. Marks church and the Doge's Palace were located. That was the furthest area we traveled to on the island. It was located on the lagoon on the south ...