Four Days In Venezia · Part Two

April 23, 2016

I'm back with part two of my Venice travel diary! You're probably bored with seeing all of these Venice-related posts, but I love traveling (who doesn't?) and I really like sharing my travel diary with you. If you haven't seen part one yet, you can find it here and this is my top ten must-visit places. So, here's part two and I hope you'll enjoy reading this! 
Day Three

After a relaxing breakfast, we did some window-shopping and walked around for a bit. If you want to buy clothing or makeup in Venice, you'll find the best shops around the Rialto bridge. We met up with my brother because he was in Venice with his school and we ate some pizza at the restaurant called 'Osteria Barababao'. 

After our lunch, we decided to visit the Peggy Guggenheim museum where I saw paintings of Dali , Magritte and Picasso and I must say that Dali is definitely my favorite surrealistic painter! After visiting the Guggenheim, my brother took some outfit photos (life of a blogger, haha!) and he had to return to his school friends. My dad and I got lost once again in the tiny streets of Venice, but we managed to find our way back to the hotel. 

In the evening, we took the Vaporetto (line 2) along the Grand Canal and I'm pretty sure that this is one of my favorite moments of the whole trip. The buildings and palaces look gorgeous at night!

 Day Four

This was our last day in Venice, so we had to pack our bags again and leave the hotel. We left early so we still had a couple of hours to visit things. I bought some dates at the Rialto market which is actually a fish market, but they had lots of fruit too.

We then walked to Ca' Rezzonico which is a stunning palace next to the Grand Canal. It isn't very touristy, but that made the visit a lot more pleasant and relaxing. One of the richest families in Venice lived there, which is why it's so overly ornamented.

That was all we did on our last day, because we had to catch our plane and head home again... I hope you enjoyed reading this travel diary and I hope I'll be able to post another one from another travel soon. Who knows?

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