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... already longer list of 'driving complexities'
We stopped at a McDonalds about half hour out and the snow was so thick. Clint decided not to go through the drive thru lane as he was worried we might get bogged.
We managed an usually fast stop by our standards, and were back on the road.
Wow the scenery was amazing. The Dolomites, the snow, the gorgeous villages a long the way.
We had Andie Rose in the DJ chair. So we listened to the Cd's santa ...
... only 5,300 people) and situated far into the largest fjord outside of Scandinavia. The town is surrounded by huge cliffs and for hikers this looks like amazing countryside. We weren't allowed to take our bikes off on the tender for safety reasons so we have to content ourselves with walking and a hike up the side of the hill on the fortifications. The brochure we picked up on our way up to Castle of ...
... after the waiter served then a coffee called India Colonia 1885 M.B. When the cup of coffee was served Battery Boy thought he had received a used cup with just the dregs in the bottom. There was less than a mouthful but boy was it potent.
About 5:00 p.m. they left the restaurant via the vineyard and walked to the bridge that links Mazzorbo with Burana, a tiny fishing village decorated with colourful houses. It is also the location ...
... fined. Not many people were paying attention to signs about not feeding the pigeons either. They were very tame. The queue to see the Basilica moved fairly quickly. More amazing mosaics inside. I had hoped to see the Palazzo Ducale museum but tickets would have been almost $100. So we just wandered. Found our way to the Rialto bridge and the Grand Canal and watched the gondolas go by. Thousands of tourists. We had some more gelato ice creams but the ...
... talked to them until we had to leave for our train.
We were all separated on the train, but each came back with awesome stories. I sat with 2 girls in their 20s and their dad from Vancouver. My dad sat with people from England (and now wants to go there) and my mom sat with a us airways flight attendant and her husband from North Carolina. The 2 hour and 20 minute train ride flew by.
We arrived late afternoon in Venice. I can’t even begin to ...