Ca del Dose
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... and at night it actually looked quite lovely, with the lights reflecting on the water and not so many people around.
It was hard to drag ourselves away but we eventually got on the water bus and headed in the direction of home, Lyndon and I finally having a romantic cruise down the Grand Canal along with our kids and the other 300 tourists. We didn’t care by this stage though as we were so, so tired!! So nothing more to write about ...
... a 30 minute ride that we shared with 3 other people. Knowing now that you can get a boat for 20 euro more and be on your own, i wish i hadn't booked with Get Your Guide. That being said. I did enjoy floating around. It was very touristy, but a must.
We then walked over to the Sigh Bridge. My mom asked if I planned to see it, so we did. We took some photos of it on the crowded bridge and then headed over to the bus boat which floated us ...
... this place, definitely would come back and would definitely tell people they must go there. A M A Z I N G!! Our hotel for the night was in Verona and it was just like one out of the movie Godfather, a family run hotel with the old mums at the front and the sons in white suits, serving all the food. Went for a little walk after dinner and found an old church but it got dark and we were getting eaten by the bugs, so heading home for a good ...
... matching columns. Also St. Mark's body and other relics were stolen back from the Muslims using pork since they cannot touch it. The four bronze horses were also stolen and they the oldest that survive of that style.
We chilled at the hostel with head ups. I especially enjoyed the train ride and restaurant conversation where we talked about illegal activites, food, and housing problems. Oh also, no need to pay for transportation in Venice, nobody ...
... Vitruvian Man were on display since 1980. Wow, were we lucky or what to see the real drawing – the real Vitruvian Man drawn in 1490 – not just a representation or copy. FANTASTIC! Here’s a link to see more about this renowned Da Vinci drawing: http://museolevi.altervista.org/mobile. 2e.html Quickly, let's go to the Rialto Bridge. The Rialto ...