Travel Blogs from Venice
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The various tickets are as follows:
- €7,00 - 12 hours
- €20,00 - 24 hours (1 Day)
- €25,00 - 36 hours
- €30,00 - 48 hours (2 Days)
- €35,00 - 72 hours (3 Days)
- €50,00 - 7 days
We sailed from Venice at midday with a very sore and sorry credit card. Again we sailed past Venice from the grandest viewpoint on a magnificent sunny day. After a quick lunch, we grabbed a couple of deck chairs by the pool with a great couple from Wollongong, Toni and Rod, and passed a wonderful afternoon as the Adriatic Sea slipped ...
I woke up the same time as usual this morning, despite it being a Saturday, because I was heading to Venice with David, Jan and Tanya this morning catching the train at around 8.40am. I was extremely excited I was almost shaking as we fetched David and Jan and arrived at the train station to be met by Tanya – it was fab! The train ride in was brilliant, on a double decker train yay! We chatted a while and even saw one of our ...
... he looked unimpressed but had to give us a room. The only room they had left though, was this amazing room, on the top floor in the corner of the hotel, making it surrounded by water with canal views from 5 windows! It was the penthouse. We put up lots of pics because it was so awesome. We both looked at each other and started to laugh when we walked in and saw the room, it was incredible! The concierge told us we could only have this room for 1 night ...
On the morning of the 13th, we woke up bright and early for a day trip to Venice. Max took us to the train station in Udine and a short hour and a half later, we arrived at Venice's Santa Lucia train station. Walking out of that station and seeing all of Venice laid out before me is a memory I've had since a teen. Watching Milla see it for the first time in 2011 was a joy for me so I was excited to see the look on Sasha's face this time. I think it blew his mind! ...