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Everyday Journeys: Venice #3

Everyday Journeys: Venice #3

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Dec 2

The last morning in Venice gave us a glimpse of sunshine, so we set out to get in one last walking/picture taking tour through winding alleyways we had not yet discovered. The buildings along this route were somewhat more colorful that we had seen previously, vibrant reds and yellows on the exterior walls, and blooming flowers in window boxes. Each alleyway would feed into small, but beautiful squares, where children were playing and elders were sitting on benches, enjoying the morning.

It is now time to say goodbye to Lorenzo at our B&B, who was a wonderful host, and also to the wonderful cuisine that included lots of pasta and pizza, and to drag our luggage along the same path we took the night wearrived. We weaved our way to the waterfront where we boarded Waterbus #1 to return to Piazzale Roma. There we found the “People Mover,” a monorail that moves thousands of people from the Piazalle to the cruise terminal each year. Arrivederci Venezia. We are about to board the Crown Princess, where we will sail through the Mediterranean Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean visiting Rome, Pisa, Cannes, Barcelona and Lisbon before setting a course for the U.S.
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