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When you're wandering around Venice, probably lost, you sometimes find a bridge but sometimes you don't!

No worries, all you have to do is admire the view and then turn around.


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But be careful! Admiring the view and taking a picture from one of those openings near Ponto Storto in San Polo I fell in the canal. It was a hot September afternoon and it felt wonderfully refreshing and totally embarrassing. The steps can be awfully slippery.

Fantastic shots of beautiful Venice.

Kathy (Trekcapri):

Hi Annie, wonderful photos and a great post. One of the best places to get lost in is beautiful Venice. Such an adventure.

Thanks for sharing. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.

Andrew:

I can find my way around Venice pretty well but still after many years of visiting I can find myself down one of these dead ends, sometimes the same one twice in one day!

Bert:

I recognise the second photo (Sotoportego del Filatoio). For the other three, I'd need hints.

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