Venice in Pictures

We’ve seen Athens, Rome, and Florence. Now it is time for our least favorite stop: Venice. We’re the kind of people who need to be constantly on the go on vacations and we ran out of things to do in Venice after the first afternoon. We were also homeless for much of the time (big gap between checkout and our overnight train) so we had no base. Hence, our lack of love toward the city. We still managed to get some good photos though. Enjoy.

Venice

Canal

Rialto

Rialto Bridge

Rialto

Through the Rialto Bridge

Gondola

Gondola Ride

Reading

Lots of wandering from bridge to bridge, reading.

See the rest of the pictures here.

So Venice wasn’t out favorite, but I am glad we saw it. Our next city – Vienna – was one of our favorites. Stay tuned.

3 thoughts on “Venice in Pictures

  1. zibilee July 25, 2011 / 12:07 pm

    I can imagine that it must have been uncomfortable having no home base while traveling through this city, but as you said, the pictures are amazing. This is another place I would love to visit. Thanks for sharing, and keep them coming!

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  2. Bina July 25, 2011 / 3:59 pm

    Your pics look gorgeous! 🙂 I haven’t been to Venice yet, it always sounded scarily overcrowded to me 😉

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  3. Uomo di Speranza July 25, 2011 / 4:24 pm

    Yet I think that these could be the best types of vacations, you know? One where your own pastimes (such as reading) meet the goodies that the destination has to offer. Just like life, in which you must let the world and yourself be the ingredients to a most delicious cake!

    PS: Please check out my blog, Meditations of a teenage philosopher, where philosophical concepts are taken from books and applied to life at http://meditationsofateenagephilosopher.blogspot.com/ Thank you!

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