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... one that I've purchased in years - I normally get my new t-shirts when I enter bike rides and the like. €7 Matt! We checked out and made our way via the Rialto through the square to the ferry terminal. Made it in plenty of time to find that we were going to be in a very hot ferry for over 1 hour. The €110 might have been a god investment!
Part 2 - Marco Polo airport
We arrived at the airport only to find that we had a 7min walk to ...
Today we were in Venice all day. We got up and are breakfast and then took our bus to a boat which took us to Venice. My mom wouldn't shut up about how attractive out your guide was. Thank goodness he didn't speak English. When we got to Venice we watched a glass blowing demonstration which was amazing. He made a horse just like that. Then we went in ...
... shot Cafe Latte and a Pane (small baguette) with mozzarella and tomato - yum!! Now on to Paris where Vegetarians are frowned on!! Lucky for me I have found a list of Vegetarian Restaurants so I don't just have to eat crepes for the next few days (what a hardship that would be!). Arrived in Paris at 11:00. I had pre-booked a shuttle pick up. Will never do that again I don't think. They were not there as I was told they would be. After ...
... but you get what you pay for and the Brisbane river is no grand canal! We sailed along the Grand Canal to San Marco, and it was nuts. Tourists and more annoying, tour groups everywhere. To top things off, the aqua alta (high water) started coming in, meaning that the drain grates on St Marks Square started to bubble up with water, expelling it into the square, and necessitating planks raised on platforms for people to walk on. If it was chaos before, it was ...
... collecting our baggage and finding our way to our hotel. Our second day in Venice was spent exploring Venice and its surrounding islands by the water. First stop was the island of Morano which has been made famous by its glass factories. Here we watched beautiful glass chandeliers being made by the skill glass blowers in their factories and spent a few hours working our way through the hundreds of glassware shops. Finally I settled on buying a pretty set of ...