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Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... basilica and the like, before deciding to head back.On
our way back past where the police were, there were now more of them.
From what we could perceive.... It may have been a dead body. With the
way the blanket was positioned how it was. We will be checking the news!
It was actually quite scary and creepy. We briskly walked back
to the hotel for a relaxing viewing of a CSI episode before falling into
deep sleep after our day of much walking! Rest was much ...
... Grand Canal and wandered the back streets and found a street market. We bought a punnet of strawberries in a fruit market and sat and ate them on the edge of the canal. Seats are at a premium in Venice and we simply can't afford them. Took a shot of Susie wearing her "where's wally" top on the top of the Rialto bridge. Might sent it to her class. Bought 2x20e 24hour pass for the water busses and traveled to ...
... better than I even imagined. It was a little too cold to ride a gondola, but we've taken the public transportation boats to get everywhere.
We had a bumpy start at the airport. Since we were flying on a budget airline, our backpacks were too big to carry-on and we had to check them. When they arrived on the baggage claim belt everything in our outside pockets and Josh's coats that were strapped to the back were gone. I waited around to see if they showed ...
... at any given time. We finally reached our destination of the Rialto bridge, Venice's most
famous and oldest bridge across the Grand Canal where we met Hugo our apartment host for the week.
Hugo took us for a short walk to the apartment and gave us a short introduction to Venice. Our first task was to get some groceries and to set up in the apartment. The apartment photographed better than the reality but it is comfortable and it is nice to ...
... also has served as a light house for shipping), the Basilica of Saint Mark, and the Palace of the Doge. Beginning soon after the fall of the Roman Empire and stretching until Napoleon ransacked most of Europe, Venice’s central government and cultural heart lay in this 2-acre quadrangle. And these three structures symbolize Venice’s interlocking foundation of business, religion, and politics.