Hotel Basilea Dipendenza
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... in particular. So we just wandering aimlessly for most of the day stopping at every glass shop we could find. We managed to stumble across most points of interest and got some awesome photos. We went on a gondola ride with four random girls it made it much cheaper. The gondola was nice you got a different view of the city but definitely overpriced for what it is but sadly it is one of the must dos in Venice. We went on a tour of some surrounding islands that ...
... br> We had walked poor Gordoni's little legs off by the time we got back to the train station for our 8pm fast train back to Vicenza - might take a few more days to get him match fit! had noticed he had gone a bit quiet. The train was an experience in itself. Quite a contrast to the efficient user friendly Amsterdam. Other than the electronic departures sign which tells you the platform number there was nothing ...
... glass blowing which is apparently a tradition handed down from generations past. It was alright but clearly just an excuse to get us into an expensive souvenir shop.
We then went to St Mark Basilica which had a lot of pretty impressive artwork painted all over the ceilings. Alas, no photos were allowed.
Most of the day was spent ...
Welcome to Venice, today we drive we drive 6 hours from Munich to reach the edge of Venice. We have an amazing stop over in the beautiful country of Austria which has a similar look to Prague with small paved streets and little shops on every corner but the backdrop to this amazing country is there snow covered alps. This is an amazing ...
... of only 0.44 sq km is made up of 800 residents who have day jobs like, the pope, priests, nuns, swiss guards in clown suits and high-ranking dignitaries.
At 4am tomorrow we begin the long, long journey by train, and a 21hr ferry, to Greece. It's worth every minute as at the otherside we will be greeted by the lovely Jenny and Uwe.
We have to end our week long stay in Italy as we have eaten far, far too much Italian pizza, pasta, gelato and Italian hot ...