Italy – Venice Canals

Who doesn’t go to Venice to see and float along the myriad canals of the city. And wander, and wander … It’s a giant maze and one of the pleasures is to get ‘lost’ and come across another unexpected sight. It’s truly an incredible city and our three days there were way too short.

 

Gondoliers queue up at the Piazza San Marco to pass under the Bridge of Sighs, historically the last view of Venice by convicts as they walked to prison cells.

 

A rare view sans Gondolas

 

 

Each gondola is personalized. Bring along a bunch of Euros…

 

Walking through Venice one gets as much exercise as hours on a step machine – up and down, up and down. Beautiful little bridges, each with its own individual character.

 

Canals are all about the reflections

Personal transportation – kind of like a floating pickup truck

 

Or a dump truck…

 

Venice garage

 

And not quite sure what’s going on here, but good place to end.

 

So, more to come. Love to hear what you have to say about our travels.

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