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... streets I needed to take to catch the vaporetto, and when I got off I actually headed, in the right direction for the museum that I wanted to go to. All this to say: I made it to the mother flipping Guggenheim folks!!! And it was so worth it. I spent two straight hours of bliss wandering through the collection. You know how museums usually tire you out? This one invigorated me. It was wonderful. First of all, I was lucky enough to arrive just after ...
... night. About 3 am we were woken by a huge thunderstorm, which went continuously for about an hour. Constant thunder and lightning. Apparently most of them happen out across the lagoon and are spectacular to watch, but we couldn’t drag ourselves outside in our jimjams.
Wednesday : Clear and bright, and the humidity had dropped away to nothing. We had breakfast inhouse, in a little dining area w a balcony which hung out over the canal. ...
Venice - when you hear those words you think gondolas, romance walking hand in hand along cobbled streets, boat drivers in stripy tshirts and boater hats, violins and orchestras, amazing architecture, espressos and vino's overlooking passing water traffic. What your really get is tourists and more tourists and the most over inflated prices we have seen in Europe this side of Monte Carlo. A simple glass of wine costs €2 at the bar but if you want to take your wine ...
... there yesterday watching the kids play soccer, we see a bunch of people, obviously grads, dressed up,,, one with a ring of leaves on his head, one as a hobo, one as a pope.... So we were like, we need to find out what is up with that. Well a little google and a bit of international data plan later, we find out that the custom is for the grad's friends to dress them up in something ridiculous, parade them around, and then they create this scroll, I think it was ...
... at our hotel (Hotel California), which was situated one block down from Il Duomo towards lunch. Needless to say, the song has been stuck in my head since. After we were released for lunch, we took walking tour of Florence for most of the afternoon, where we walked the expanse of the city in under two hours. I was fortunate and got to do some shopping after and found dinner during the evening before finally turning in to our super fancy hotel. We woke up at 8:30 ...