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Travel Blogs from Jesolo Lido
... since it wasn’t as crowded as other parts of Venice. The tourists were definitely out in full force in September compared to May. As we were wandering around the skies opened up in an absolute downpour. We ducked in to a bar to wait it out and watch the water pour through the streets. When it seemed to slow a little, Anoop stepped out to see if he could find a shop we’d been looking for. He couldn’t find it and the downpour started up harder than before; ...
... years after the war ended. They would only be at peace if they could be buried next to their dead comrades. Kind of touching, really. If that wasn’t enough to tug at your heartstrings, the stones that had been placed near a particular grave to make out the words ‘Tato Pamietam’, which according to Google Translate in English means ‘I remember dad’. It was enough to bring a tear to your eye.
As much fun as it would have been to hang around Cassino ...
... Our gondola driver was amazing he called himself James Bond
006 LOL!! We ended up tipping him another €5.00 because he was so great! The
gondola ride lasted about 40 minutes we saw the apartment where Mozart stayed
when he visited Venice, the house Napoleon lived in and other cool places. It
was very romantic!
Tonight we went
to a real Italian restaurant; it was delicious! However, ...
... the bottle stopper to good use!!!!
We walked down as far as Accademia where we boarded the next Vaporetto to take us back to Piazzale Roma. This meandered down the rest of the Grand Canal. The banks are lined with over 200 grand palaces or ornate houses, some as splendid as the day they were built, others awaiting their turn of renovation. This trip culminates in passing under the Rialto Bridge. This bridge divides the city into two. The San Marco side ...
... and bright
beautiful colors everywhere. I popped into a bookstore and bought a tiny
little Italian to English guide to communicate with the locals, and
then ordered lunch and gelato in Italian. We went to the Piazza San
Marco for a bit, and then realized we were exhausted and went back to
the hostel for a little nap. The little nap was around 4 hours, but we
slept away the hottest part of the day, and got out ...