Day two in bella Venezia was filled with many many kilometers to go, sun, ice cream, cappuccino and a lot sightseeing. But we made it and we've went through our "list" all relaxed. We went up the tower at San Marco and had an incredible view all over Venice, the San Marco, the Basilica and …
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Red lips and Rosé wine are some of my favorite things.. And could it get any better by having these two combined in Italy?! I guess not. Guidecca is an area in Venice. You have to take the Vaporetto to get there. It's about a 5 minute ride. It's a small little "Island" right next …
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When we were entering Venice, I was so impressed that this city more than 6000 years old. And the fact that it's a floating city, surrounded by water impressed me even more. Stefan and me planned to explore Venice by feet - that was even the best choice, you'll find so many cute little bridges …
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Oh Wow, Burano is the total opposite of Venice. I have never been on an island like Burano before. It's colorful houses, little alleys and it's little center with nice restaurants and ice cream shops are one of a kind. As the sun is shining almost every day over there, it slowly bleaches the colorful …
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