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TripAdvisor Reviews B4 Venezia-Mestre
Travel Blogs from Mestre
... got engaged while we were here. Too cute!
Then the group splices yet again: into a ducal palace group and a gondola group. I opted for ducal palace. Which was amazing. The furnishings were just incredible. Even the tacky venetian glass chandeliers. Which were in every single room. I can't even imagine living in rooms that were that opulent. Each room just oozed money. That won't ever be a problem being a librarian. The ...
... island of Venice because its too expensive to stay on the island. We caught the bus over once we'd dropped our stuff at the hotel. It's extremely hard to navigate around Venice, even with my sat nav called Luke. You cross so many bridges and the streets are all over the place they make no logical sense. So we kinda walked in circles for a few hours but it was good to see the token gondolas and the water etc. We headed back to the mainland for some dinner to save ...
... portion of the lagoon and we saw a whole different part of Venice. Just before arriving at San Marco Square, we saw what we thought was a very VERY large statue outside one of the museums at waterfront. It appeared to have a man's head, a woman's AMPLE body and a child's legs. It is supposed to represent Humanity, somehow. Strange, but interesting. We later found out the statue is actually made of fabric and is blown up like a balloon ...
... ran up to a McDonald's and order a large crispy McBacon with an extra cheeseburgers which went down a treat and very quickly too. It was then time to board our train which was on platform 5 (Fiona's number) so that was funny, after filling in our Interrail tickets we sat down in our seat and coach 4 seat numbers 15c and 16c. I was so relieved to sit down and chill and new everything was ok and we were headed to Venice which was very very excited. Once arriving on platform 3 (my number) ...
We spent our evening wandering. It's what you do in Venice. After all, you're on an island - how lost can you possibly get? We turned down back streets and alleyways, discovered hidden courtyards and big squares surrounding stone churches. We wandered as far as Piazza San Marco, heading over the Rialto bridge, and watched the sun set as tall cruise ships were tugged from the harbour. ...