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... a great pair of eyeglass frames and I found an ultra-lightweight backpack. Arriving only minutes before both shops closed, we closed the deals on these souvenirs.
Strolling, we came upon a gondola boarding area crowded with gondoliers but no tourists and we were ready for the final item on our checklist of things to do in Venice. This particular gondolier gaggle, however, was self-possessed and dismissive of us in a way that made me refuse ...
... color: rgb(34, 34, 34); font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: normal;">The lesson lasted an a hour and a half, but it sure didn't feel that long because I was having so much fun. I'm not quite ready to quit my day job to go to gondolier school full-time, but if I was in Venice another day, I would have asked to schedule another lesson. If you come to Venice and can stand without a cane, you HAVE to do this. Skip the ...
get ripped off anymore since the government regulated the price of the gondolas
and they have to charge the same rate- 80Euros for 40 minutes).
Venice is definitely a city worth visiting, particularly if the MOSE project to
stop the “sinking” doesn’t work, which means Venice will be perpetually flooded
(the population is also on the decrease, what was once a flourishing city of
185,000 is now down to around 60,000).
... and calming (until the gondola operator rocked the boat on purpose to freak us out). Otherwise I just went shopping and ate pizza! My new personal favourites are aranccini balls because they are so yummy and really cheap! We are staying in a nice actual hotel during our Venice visit which is amazing. We have a little TV, so in the background while we have been repacking we've seen the hostage situation in Sydney come to an end via the BBC. I can't believe that ...
... s to tens of thousands. It is a cute town with small canals and bridges like Venice but on a much smaller scale. We had fun window shopping and buying a few souvenirs and then stopped for a good lunch at an outdoor cafe in the sun.
Dan and I then went on to the island of Burano where they are famous for their lace making and for their ...