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It seems I have a love/hate relationship with this place.
I really don't like all the touristy stuff (yes I appreciate the irony) - the crowds and the tourist "merchandise".
On the other hand, it's a beautiful and unique place, with loads of history and little pockets of peace amongst the chaos.
We experienced the acqua alta (high tide) which meant the Piazza San Marco was ankle-deep in water. We took ...
... br> After the Palace I just wandered off down a random lane and got lost. It was great, best part of being in this amazing city, just love it. Found myself opposite the fish market around lunch time and had cicheti, which is like Spanish tapas, only Venetian.
Headed back to St Marks square via the Rialto bridge which was disgustingly busy (and hot), 1 min later headed in the opposite direction to the main traffic and found myself in a back street with ...
... feels like these days; home. We were definitely all a little homesick this last week, but we have such a short amount of time left in Rome that everything is bittersweet right now. We are excited for several reasons to go home, but we are not ready to leave this city. I know I am really going to miss the girls I live with and a lot of people on this trip. Friday is going to be a tough day for everyone, but I know I will be happy to get home after a long day of travelling on Saturday.
... experience here was much better and the operator called us a cab. We were early for the train so we found seats and did some reading. I felt like a coffee so I went the the bar and had an espresso. Fortunately this station had lifts, so we could easily manage to get our luggage to the right platform. The trip to Florence was uneventful and we arrived on time (surprise!!). On our earlier visit to Florence ...
... we knew where to go! Our train finally arrived and we hopped on. This time we actually had seats facing a table but, we were surprised the train had such small luggage racks -- most luggage had to be stored behind the seats or in the ends of the cars. However, it was the fast train and maybe they sacrifice space for speed: we arrived in Venice 2 hours later.
I had been to Venice previously and knew what was coming. You can see a million photos ...