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... long. We eventually got to the ferry stop were we parked the car. We left the 2 big bags in the car because they would be to much to carry on the boat. We all were a little late and we had to run to get on the boat. We sat towards front of the boat. We kept on hit the waves and got very wet. Amelia got in trouble for annoying mum. We looked out the window and I felt a little sick. We got to Venice half an hour later. We got the ...
... a beautiful day, and the be wandering around such an amazing place made it that much better! Simply being in a city is enough for me! Avoiding the tourist traps and just wandering and exploring is almost more enjoyable than trying to pack your days full of museums and excursions. Walking down the streets and just observing your surroundings and taking it all in is so important! We made it back to our hostel with a little more ...
... bright and comfortable but not hot. There were lots of people around but no unmanageable crowds. Good time to come.
We dodged the Doges and simply walked and rode the vaporettis ( water taxis) around the city and through all the neighbourhoods. Mike said he thought perhaps they designed the city based on a hotel he was in in Las Vegas.
Venice is really a jewel and today it was beautiful. It is a city that just begs to be photographed - so colourful and ...
... a pool and spas and bar aswell as a small supermarket so it was set up really well. I was feeling Nader the weather quite a bit from all day on the bus and so my room mate Kate and I went and checked into our little cabin and promptly fell asleep, however we left the door open so when we woke at 7 to go to dinner everyone had seen s sleeping lol. When I did wake up for dinner I came ...
... according to Zoe – to Murano, the island where Venetian glass is made. (After several devastating fires, they moved the glass foundries to their own island in the 1400’s.) Here we wandered among the shops looking at an endless array of glass jewelry, dishes, lamps, and artwork. Hannah glimpsed a banner promoting an exhibition, Glasstress, through a courtyard featuring two hugging lamps. Arrayed in an old glass foundry, the art was incredible (see ...