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... of money. After we looked around the bridge we then had to go back to the train station. Where we caught a train from Florence back to Venice. After a very luxurious train ride we eventually reached Venice. When we arrived we hoped onto the next train ride to The Rialto stop. We then walked to our apartment and had a DELICIOUS dinner of scolopini and potatoes. ( yum) After we consumed this delightful meal we played some cards and went to ...
... Our risottos (cuttlefish in seppia, and pesce, were great, and even better with a serve of superb spinaci and a litre of vino rosso! You can probably tell that this blog entry has been thrown together more quickly! It's Thursday morning now, and we will be off to breakfast, pack and check out by 10.30am. George will be in Camino for a few days, then back to Venice before the Bucharest gig. Pam and I take a train to Florence, where I'll be for a whole month! I'll be back in Venice again! ...
... a island that attracts millions of visitors a year. Stepping out of the station you see the most gorgeous buildings and 'The Grand Canal', with boats shifting people and produce. What a strange concept and so romantic. There are no cars, bikes or scooters on the island which is weird in itself. There is a bridge connecting the mainland with a multi-storey car park and drop off point for the many tourists buses, after this point the only transport is by foot or water. ...
... a bit rocky and I was clinging to the bench for dear life!) she let them try to stand up on top of the back of the boat, and learn to row like a gondolier, which requires paddling, then using the oar as a rudder, since the paddle always stays on the same side of the boat, and gondoliers row alone. I was sure someone would fall in, but no, everyone did great. We even managed to get the boys rowing the front, mark on top in the back, and me still with a death grip on the ...
last chance they had to see the outside world. (3)
We took a
gondola ride through narrow canals to the Grand Canal which is the main canal
of Venice and to the Rialto Bridge.
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from Tarcento in the north of Italy.
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Eyewitness travel Guide to Italy 2002
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