Villaggio Turistico Isamar
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... they looked for strong men to lead them then they put in checks and balances that no one man could take power" a system that lasted close on a thousand years. At last we understood what the Bridge of Sighs meant...this was the route from the Doges Palace to the prison and the last look of Venice that the prisoners of the Doges would ever see. In the afternoon we walked across the Pont de Academia to go to to the Peggy ...
... Venice. There were 5 synagogues in the ghetto, two of which are still operating today. Along our walking tour Louisa pointed out a couple of restaurants "off the beaten path" that she thought severed great food. We were taking notes! The couple from Toronto were great but I felt for them because they had their laptop and cell phone stolen right out of their luggage at the Venice train station! They weren’t too keen to talk about it and I ...
... s with their little shopping bags on wheels. The plaza behind our hotel which last night was a party scene is now quiet, with no vendor stalls yet in place. I head for the Rialto bridge hoping for an early morning shot but a politician is there making some kind of speech for the TV cameras and he has many guards so that is not going to happen. I walk along the docks as workers are unloading product and everyone waves and wants me to take their picture. I check ...
I always thought venice would be the most eye opening city to visit on my gap year and i was correct. After another short train ride this time from florence we began crossing the water into the island venice, it was as if we were on a boat, all we could see was water and small looking island. The only annoyance on the train was the man behind us who saw Sophie find a good spot for luggage and then he took my spot, so my bag ended up half way down the ...
... 6 hours total with an average speed of 22km. I thought that was pretty good. We stopped to keep me fed and to grab a break from the trucks. Trish- you would have hated this ride.
As the weather is anticipated to change tomorrow and rain we have ordered a van from our hotel in Venice to come for us. More apply money to save time and misery. I sure hope it rains as hard as the forecasters predicted!