Charming House DD724
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Pets allowed
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In Venice, we had a beautiful tour guide named Daniella. She was so cute and funny! I loved her knowledge of her city and her appreciate for the history of her home. As I listened to her teach me so much, I birthed a desire to have that kind of passion for the history of my homeland. I also grew a stronger excitement for visiting places with a very long history. Here in America we hardly have anything in eye's view that is over 200 years old. We tear ...
... and explore the city! It was raining, but that didn't stop us too much! We took the bus into Venice, and when we finally got there, we began our walk to the city. We had a couple of things on our list that we wanted to go see, but we more or less just wanted to explore and see what we could find by just walking around. It was almost better that we didn't have a set plan because Venice was like a maze! There were so many turns and streets that you ...
... didn't work, so I bought a carafe of red for us, but that didn't work so when we got home I gave her an ice pack for external relief and a large Vodka and Orange for internal relief. She is now shouting at the TV news so it seems to be working.
Tomorrow we will do the Piazza San Marco and then a short walk around the local shops followed by a long rest for her foot in preparation for Rome.
... ticket, then when it was my turn I approached the counter, said "Bonjourno", then asked if the lady spoke English. She did not. I put the items to send on the counter, and said "Australia". She sold me an adequately sized box for 3 euro, gave me the international postage slip, and sent me away to fill it in. When I was done, I waited in the wings of the person who had served me, but in the meantime she was dealing with her next customer, an Italian man who was not happy ...
... not just one.
Heading back to the crowds was of no interest so I decided to walk around the north-east corner of the city. First I found the north shore (calling it the 'coast' doesn't really feel right) with it's views of the distant airport on the mainland and the numerous water taxi stops. Then I found housing estates, pathways and yet more bridges where I could take endless photos without another human being ruining the picture. I've not had it this good ...