A Day in Venice



Three years ago I was a senior year and the school I went to organized a ten day trip to Italy during spring break. We visited Venice on the last day of that trip and it was a bit of a bad day for me. I was exhausted, it was really hot, very crowded and we were free to roam the streets…. without a map, so we got lost and spend the majority of our time searching our way back to the San Marco square. I have two pictures from my visit in 2010 and I felt so incredibly bad that I didn’t get to enjoy Venice more when I boarded the bus back home.

Imagine how excited I was when I Googled Bologna and found out there was a direct train line between the city and Venice. I may or may not have danced around the house. For ten minutes. K had never been to Venice and thus he was pretty excited to see what it was all about too! Off we went! There were HUGE lines at the museums and churches, so we decided to skip on them – again – and stroll around the narrow streets and just enjoy the sunny day. Much like last time, the streets were jam packed with people so we branched out and searched for more calm places. We enjoyed €1 espresso’s and yummy ice creams in the weirdest flavors. Venice truly is one of Italy’s most beautiful cities in my humble opinion. It’s always good to come here. Please enjoy the photos I made, they’re the last in my Italian series! K and I started looking for our next destination and are actually doubting Italy again, haha. Naples this time though, because we both haven’t been there yet ^.^





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  1. 18 July 2013 / 04:52

    I'm pleased for you that you had the chance to go again. The pictures are stunning. The architecture and pretty colours make it appear such an interesting place to visit

  2. 18 July 2013 / 07:07

    omg..those scenery are sooo breathtaking <3

  3. 18 July 2013 / 08:07

    What's crazy about Venice is that the touristy-streets are PACKED but every other place is all quiet and peaceful, it's like 99% of the visitors don't even bother walking through other parts of the city? Craaazy

  4. 18 July 2013 / 09:32

    Beautiful photos, I'm glad you got to explore and enjoy Venice! The water looks lovely 🙂

    Away From Blue

  5. 18 July 2013 / 10:08

    gorgeous photos, you have really captured the colours of Venice. I have a serious fear of pigeons so St Marks Square was a nightmare for me and kind of scared me from going back but this post is making me rethink that!

  6. 18 July 2013 / 13:31

    I agree, Venice is a gorgeous city.

  7. 18 July 2013 / 14:37

    Oh Venice… Wonderful, even if I don't understand how can people live there.
    I'm not a fan of Napels, I guess it's for the idea that we Italians have of the Neapolitans, but the place where the city is set is amazing. If you want to go to the beach, I would advise you the place where I live, la Rivera del Conero, but there's not much else to do here.

  8. 18 July 2013 / 15:45

    Dat klinkt echt als een heerlijke trip! Prachtige foto's.

    XO Imke

  9. 18 July 2013 / 17:04

    Prachtige foto's! Die laatste had een postkaartje kunnen zijn 😉

  10. 18 July 2013 / 20:01

    Too beautiful. I've been to Florence but never Venice and it looks amazing!

    Greta xoxo

  11. 18 July 2013 / 23:47

    So awesome you got the chance to go back! Love your pictures, looks beautiful!

  12. 19 July 2013 / 00:49

    oh wow, venice looks like such a beautiful city! unfortunately i've never been there but i definitely will one day. you're so lucky to have so many wonderful places to visit that are so nearby.

    little henry lee

  13. 19 July 2013 / 19:38

    oh boy, does this post ever take me back in time. the fabulous photography completely captures every essence of Venice's magic! i remember being almost dive-bombed by super agro pigeons in Piazza San Marco and then running to a nearby hotel patio for some salvation via a lovely cocktail. by the time we were done the square had completely flooded. supposedly happens all the time there, workers were all ready with man made boardwalks they put up so people could cross over above the water. incredibly awesome experience!!!

    i can see you've had the time of your life and look so beautiful while soaking it all in too! ♥

  14. 20 July 2013 / 15:05

    Your photos are amazing! Looks like you had lots of fun !

  15. 20 July 2013 / 15:35

    I like it a lot

  16. 20 July 2013 / 19:27

    venice looks like maaaaagic, i was totally eating up all those alley pictures towards the bottom. you definitely don't see architecture like that in america, i'd be totally hypnotized there!

    xo marlen
    Messages on a Napkin

  17. 20 July 2013 / 19:44

    Bedankt voor je lieve comment! Ik ben ook heel erg blij! 🙂

    XO Imke

  18. 21 July 2013 / 13:41

    Super mooie foto's zeg! Wauwie!:)

  19. 21 July 2013 / 20:21

    Waauw, supermooie foto's, nu wil ik ook gaan 😉

  20. 21 July 2013 / 21:37

    These shots are so spectacular! It seems like you've had an incredible trip! So happy for you!

    Xo, Hannah


  21. 25 July 2013 / 14:28

    Amazing photos. I wish I have a chance to visit Italy 🙂

  22. 26 July 2013 / 12:30

    Ah, great to see you got the chance to go back 😀
    I went there for one day as well, on a holiday in Rimini, but I'm dying to go back and explore more!


  23. 27 July 2013 / 04:26

    Hello from a new reader, and wow that's amazing! I'm glad you got to go back and correct a memory, also I think with that cheap of espresso I would go on overload. Anything coffee related and I'm in! I've always wanted to go to Italy and looking at your pictures even further solidifies that!

  24. 27 July 2013 / 11:11

    Oooh Venetië, zal altijd een speciaal plekje in mijn hart hebben <3 ik ben 2 jaar geleden in September geweest en heb toen ook een heleboel eilandjes errond bezocht. Van toeristen (buiten op de giga-spottrekkers) toch niet zoveel gemerkt 🙂 echt leuke foto's! Nu heb ik zin om terug te gaan 😀

  25. 31 July 2013 / 21:10

    Ja, Venetië – schoon! Maar… ik ben er vorig jaar in 't hoogseizoen ook geweest en dan is het daar toch niet zo heel aangenaam wandelen met al die toeristen, vind je niet? Ooit wil ik er nog eens naartoe! Maar dan in november ofzo 🙂

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