Lost in Venice


Because we only had a 1.5 days left of our trip, we didn’t have an exact schedule for Venice. Few things I wanted to see and do in Venice were:

  • Piazza San Marco, Doge’s palace
  • Grand canal
  • Saint Mark’s Basilica and Square
  • Gondola ride
  • Bridge of Sighs
  • Murano Island/ Burano Island
  • Santa Croce

Looking back, I’m glad that I didn’t have anything planned (Except for having a reservation at Trattoria Al Gatto Nero) because all we did in Venice was wandering around the canals and bridges and carefully getting lost. As we got lost in Venice, we found ourselves discovering most of the things we wanted to see as we went.

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Outlet shopping near Florence

  Whilst I was planning for this trip, I found out that there are couple of outlet malls near Florence. I wanted to find some gifts for our parents and a nice suit for hubby. The two outlet malls near Florence are: Prada Space/Outlet – This place is a giant Prada/Miu miu shop. It takes […]

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4 days in Florence

  Long time ago I saw a Japanese movie called Calmi Cuori Appassionati, a love story based in Florence, and always wanted to visit Florence ever since. After having spent 4 days in Florence, both my hubby and I absolutely fell in love with the place to the point that we were saying that we would […]

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2 days in Cinque Terre

  After having spent few days each in Rome and Florence, We arrived in Cinque Terre. It involved catching a number of connecting trains which took few hours, but it was all worth it. To be honest, I didn’t really know what I was getting myself into before I had arrived. All I was expecting was to see […]

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Planning a 2 week holiday in Italy

Few months ago, we made a last minute decision to have our holiday in Italy. Being a lover of food, wine and shopping, Italy has always been one of the countries that I wanted to visit for a long time and I was thrilled that my husband felt the same. We quickly realized that there were too many […]

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