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Venice and verona

Location: Italy


15 Apr 2009, 6:47AM

Was great to catch up with Mum and Dad. We promised we wouldn't exploit their image on the net...

15 Apr 2009, 12:06AM

Arrived in Venice and were amazed it could live up to one thousand years of hype.

15 Apr 2009, 8:43PM

San Marco Piazza with the Basillica in the background. So many people, so many pigeons.

15 Apr 2009, 7:20PM

Excitement wore off when we walked for an hour in the wrong direction to find our hotel...

15 Apr 2009, 9:19PM

We were very kindly shouted a gondola ride down beautiful canals, a perfect way to see Venice.

15 Apr 2009, 9:11PM

Ah the grace of a pigeon in full flight. Spot the Aussies.

16 Apr 2009, 3:23AM

The Grand Canal. Sorry, we've got nothing really funny to say here. We're disappointed too.

15 Apr 2009, 9:21PM

Our gondola man...

18 Apr 2009, 1:18AM

Two hours west we spent a couple of days in Verona. Much quieter and just lovely.

16 Apr 2009, 3:50AM

More of San Marco Piazza.

18 Apr 2009, 11:18PM

Verona's Roman Arena. Unfortunately no opera (Remove Un from this sentence if your name is Brendan).

18 Apr 2009, 4:54AM

The main square where we joined the "fare la passegiatta". Which basically means walking four abreast slowly and talking at a million miles an hour. New York this ain't.



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Arrived in Venice and were amazed it could live up to one thousand years of hype.

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Was great to catch up with Mum and Dad. We promised we wouldn't exploit their image on the net...

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Excitement wore off when we walked for an hour in the wrong direction to find our hotel...

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San Marco Piazza with the Basillica in the background. So many people, so many pigeons.

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Ah the grace of a pigeon in full flight. Spot the Aussies.

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We were very kindly shouted a gondola ride down beautiful canals, a perfect way to see Venice.

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Our gondola man...

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The Grand Canal. Sorry, we've got nothing really funny to say here. We're disappointed too.

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More of San Marco Piazza.

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Two hours west we spent a couple of days in Verona. Much quieter and just lovely.

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The main square where we joined the "fare la passegiatta". Which basically means walking four abreast slowly and talking at a million miles an hour. New York this ain't.

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Verona's Roman Arena. Unfortunately no opera (Remove Un from this sentence if your name is Brendan).