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... the non tourist parts of Venice and also work out where I would be getting the bus from to take me to the airport on Wednesday. There were 4 cruise ships in - it is certainly a popular docking spot for the cruise ships. Found the Bridge of Sighs today too - I think I will get to explore it tomorrow when at Doge's Palace. We went past the bridge that connects Venice to the mainland - in the fog it looked very eerie. I was going to get off at the train station stop and check ...
... ones. But I did feel obligated to wet my feet in a new sea. Later on the lido I felt very snobbish about tourists as I snubbed eating at a place that had in small print 'producto sugelato' frozen pizza in Italy?? No thanks. I watched tourists tucking in and felt a bit ...
... awesome place to live to me. Except for all of the tourists. That would get old really fast.
As soon as the first wave us stepped off the train we were met by Thom's friend Liesl. It was really nice to have someone to guide us through this labyrinthine city. We couldn't have picked a better day to go to Venice. It was warm and sunny, without a single cloud in the sky. The sunlight reflecting off the water and all of ...
... art. As a bonus, we were able to view a special exhibit of journals, sketches, paintings and other art by Leonardo Da Vinci. Knowing it would be crowded, we opted to make our way to St. Mark's Basilica so that we made certain that we saw it. It's so beautiful and grand---it's really hard to describe the arches other than they are covered with millions of fabulously colored glass tiles. Even after seeing the basilica on my first trip to Venice the ...
... eventually work out the correct way to go (no thanks to Timmy) and arrived at our new site. It was a really nice one. Its funny how quickly your contentment is based on certain facilities that you take for granted in everyday life. We found ourselves being thrilled by the fact a toilet had a seat and toilet paper. That there was handsoap. That there was actually a free standing toilet rather than just a hole in the ground. Based on our new criteria, this ...
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