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So I saw that I had this in my "Drafts" and never pressed send... late Christmas present for everyone!!!!!
After the WORST night of sleep in the Barcelona airport we were both crabby. Stupid 9 hour layover! Just when you were ALMOST asleep in the most uncomfortable position in the airport seats... a loud DING DING would come over the announcement system to tell you they will not be announcing flight departures and to keep checking the ...
... museum. It also had a jail area, which was easy for tourists to get lost in.
I guess I look like a Russian, because some lost Russian woman asked me if I spoke Russian. I responded "not from Russia", in my best Russian accent. She was not humored by my amazing accent and continued on her way.
After we got out, we slowly made our way back toward the train station. We got the train around 7 PM and got some sleep for the next ...
Today the whether was hot and our budget was small (we spent today's budget yesterday on the gondola ride), so we headed for the famous Lido beach. It took us about two hours to get to the beach as the waterbus' travel very slowly. We finally got there only to be disappointed. We wanted to sit in the shade of a beach umbrella but got kicked out because they had to be paid for. There was no other ...
... many shops selling Munaro glass, carnivale masks and brik a brac that you only find in tourist destinations. But it all adds to the feel and vibrancy. It is magic to see the gondolas cruising along the narrow waterways with music drifting along behind them from the violin or accordion being played. We decided to take the ferry around the grande canal ...
... all the locals. Tickets were cheap and the bus took us all the way to the Grand Canal. Disembarking, we took a moment to take in the beauty of Venice, and look at the sun sparkling off the water. The sun would, funnily enough play a big part in our journey through Italy. There was not a single day with any clouds the whole time we were there. Daytime temperatures during that time were always 35 degrees plus.
Map in hand, we had worked out a route to take on our first day in ...