San Lio Tourist House
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... said we had a 45 minute walk ahead of us to make it to Saint Marcos square. The weather was absolutely perfect in Venice, not too warm or too cold... It was probably around 24 degrees (none of us could believe how lucky we were for the weather we had considering it is now the end of October) which was basically perfect for all four of us.
When we walked off the train platform and got to the main road, Venice is everything the movies show you... Busy streets, street ...
... just in time to catch our train to Munich (we cut this one just a bit too close for comfort!). We had reserved a 2-person sleeper cabin; tiny little bunks and a sink was all it was, but far nicer than sharing sleeping quarters with strangers or trying to get some rest in a chair all night. Venice was an absolutely beautiful city and more than lived up to expectations. It's unlike any other city I've ever seen and is truly incomparable. While the main sights are great ...
... ever touching my suitcase, "otherwise we'll be here til next year." Definitely owed him a few drinks after this! Our hostel was very...average. We had one double room and a bed in a mixed dorm. It was a rock off between the boys to decide who had to sleep in the mixed dorm. Stu lost due to horrendous snoring habits and was banished to the attic! Venice is unlike anything I've ever experienced. All tall buildings and narrow alleyways, it is basically a ...
than sleeping on the street!!
We took a 7 hour
train ride to Milan and then another 2 hour train ride to Venice. Our hotel is
awesome! It’s not on the island but we can take a 10 minute train ride that
costs €1.20. Today we walked all around Venice and took a gondola ride! The
gondola man charged €120.00 so we got a Russian couple to join us so the price
was cut ...
... walls, colors, and maze of alleyways and canals are the result of centuries of living and building. Venice is unique and beautiful and worth the price of admission.
One fun memory from today is when we gave Kaela a compass and told her the waterfront was south and that she should get us there. She probably had to make about 20 decisions and she lead us right where we wanted to go.