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 and cafés or restaurants to have a Cappuccino. We just took the Vaporetto once to Rialto Bridge and to Burano, Lido and Guidecca. All other things could be reached easily by feet. Continue reading



I’m finding some bikini territory everywhere  – even in Venice. Stefan and me decided to take some time just for us and soak up the sun and Vitamin Sea at the beach. Escaping all the action in Venice. As we had so much time left during our stay and it’s been really hot, we decided to go to Lido Beach. The only beach near Venice. Of course it’s no a beach in bali or even in southern california or the caribbean, but it’s a beach, it has sand, it’s salty water and the water’s clear.  Continue reading