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... are also signs in the square saying you can't sit on the marble steps anywhere you need to be seated at the facilities provided by the hospitality facilities and yep, you need to pay to sit at a table in the square. Another cracker to watch was the cat and mouse games played between the local cops and the dudes selling the handbag 'fakies'. Joelene got approached by one of them and it was a 'great price' for a gucci bag but a transaction in the middle of a bridge didn't seem right. When ...
With a whole day ahead
of us and the new found knowledge that Venice is not a huge city, we
knew we would be having a fairly relaxed day wandering the streets
and sitting in bars. We caught a vaporetto as far as the Rialto
Bridge and then set about visiting a number of sights, roaming the
streets and browsing in shops. The Rialto Bridge itself was one of
the highlights, with three routes over ...
Up and ready for another adventure. We decided to go to the COOP on the Pizzale Roma but take a different route. Of course there were new sights and sounds to see as we went along. At one point we passed a place where there were musicians practicing and that was nice to hear.
We came out at the Ferrovia area. This is where the train arrives in Venice. Last year when we were talking with one of Stefan ...
... that is bridge is assembled. We were told that everyone was going to be out on the water at that there would be an incredible fireworks display at 11:30.
We went on the morning tour to Piazza San Marco - St. Peter's Square. The buildings were very white and very pretty. The church was beautiful. Everything was covered in gold. We were anxious to shop though so as soon as the tour was over we took off to shop and hoped to find somewhere quick to eat. We found some ...
... next girl (cost 16 Euro, takes about 1 hour). Hmm…one is cheaper and takes less time, the other more expensive and takes more time—which do you think I chose?! The one on the water, of course!!
Just on the other side of the train station is where you can catch the buses. I had no idea the rode over was so close. It was strange to see vehicles, especially all of those buses, and reinforced my decision to take ...