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... relatives. We took a water taxi, a Vaporetto, up the grand canal (front seats in the open air, just like going on a cruise up the Sydney harbour - but a bit more glamorous!), watching the massive cruise ships crawling up the Giudecca Canal with tug boats pushing them up. They were decidedly out of place compared to the little vaporettos and gondolas. Each night we drank beer and prosecco overlooking the canal, watching the comings and goings on the water. It was a lot of ...
... Ai Do Mori area is about the food, as it is geared completely towards tourists and is so expensive and definitely not great. We left Venice feeling very let down by the food portion of our first Italian experience (spoiler alert: Italy redeems itself about a week later).
After getting our luggage down the many flights of stairs, lugging it through San Marco Square and down to the water, we purchased our water taxi tickets and were off to ...
... provide precedents for our final project: a museum that highlights the usage of water throughout the history of Rome.
Our first stop was Villa Farnese in Viterbo, Italy. The Farnese family was a powerful family with ties to the Papacy in Rome (Pope Paul III). Their fortified summer home is in the shape of a pentagon with expansive winter and summer gardens and a Casino for dining in a secret garden. Sangallo the Younger was ...
... far fewer stops. That crowd didn't start to thin out until we were past the Rialto Bridge.
I decided to catch the No. 2 (I've been riding the No. 1 most days, and the No. 12 out to Burano) because it goes over to Giudecca and San Giorgio Maggiore, the islands that you can see from St. Mark’s Square. For the No. 1 waterbus, it doesn't matter which direction you start out because it’s a circular route and you ...
... for an open path to head up or down the canal.
We went to the information office next to the train station and purchased a 3€ street/canal map of the city. (It turns out this map was quite flimsy, so we bought a second more durable one later in the day.) Armed with a map, we went straight across the Ponte degli Scalzi, through the San Croce district and over to the San Polo district, the location of ...