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Everyday Journeys: Venice #1


Everyday Journeys: Venice #1


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December 28, 2012
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All: This is the first of hopefully many brief logs with photos. I hope you enjoy our journey.

November 29th:

Incredible anticipation was overtaken by complete exhaustion after 30 hours of flying and layovers-San Antonio to Dallas, to Miami, to Madrid and finally we arrived in Venice. A 30-minute bus ride from the airport to Piazzale Roma where we boarded a waterbus to take us to our stop at San Zaccaria to meet Lorenzo, our B&B host.

Through the narrow walkways over several small bridges, we made our way with our luggage to our home for the next three days. Unfortunately, it was raining for most of the time we were there, but it couldn’t dampen our sightseeing. Venice is a beautiful city, full of museums, churches, art, small restaurants and gelato shops and we are soanxious to see it all.
 
 

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Linda Kay Perez  
San Antonio, TX  
January 8, 2013 4:52pm
 
Elaine: It is our pleasure. We love sharing our passion with anyone who will listen (or read)

 
Elaine K.  
Floresville  
January 4, 2013 6:48pm
 
Linda and Harry, Thank you for inviting us to travel along with you. We look forward to visiting places with you as you tour so many exciting locations, both near and far.

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