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... of Italy, there are not many street lights so there are a lot of dark alley ways. We didn't get as lost as we had trying to find the grand canal but we still didn't go the most direct route back. I was so happy to finally see the train station my biggest fear was getting lost and missing the last bus and being stuck in Venice over night. It was a good day we spend about 11 hours in and around Venice and that's probably all we needed I'm glad we decided to stay only two ...
... sudden, the other group approached and nearly hit us! I think our gondolier was most concerned about his gondola and was yelling at them what do to, and luckily, they did it, just missing us! He yelled at them for a good bit! Anyway, the kids loved the gondola ride and we were glad we did it, despite the hefty price tag. We went back to the St. Mark's area for dinner, stopping at Rossopomodoro, which seems to be a worldwide chain. We had a great view of the pizza maker and ...
... I've become as bad as a Japanese tourist. After gazing over Venice, it's islands, canals & the sea we line up for entrance into St Mark's Basilica. After about half an hour I get in but the chain gets put across & Grant is stuck outside. I wander into the church & wait for him. All the girls with bare legs are given scarfs to put around their waists. I have long shorts on but must be ok because I don't get stopped. The domed ceilings are covered ...
... crafted marble. The palace has been rebuilt and repaired many, many times. This is due to some seriously bad luck as it had burnt down many times. Each time we walked into a room we were continually blown away by its beauty. All of the ceilings were so ornate and breathtaking. Gold sculpted filagree ceilings and walls covered with enormous oil paintings by some of the greatest masters of that era including Titian, Carpaccio, Bellini and more. When I studied Titian at school ...
... it feels like youre just in a regular public transit system once you sit in one. oh ya, and there is this one bridge with locks attached and it looks bizarre, until you realize the they all have names of two lovers on them, so romantic and cheesy i love it.
Other than that, and basic observations, i guess, is i just love the way italians speak (have i said that already?). theyre so expressive and they always look so excited when ...