• Juliet at night, free from tourist mobs.
  • You can leave a love note for Juliet on the wall.
  • The balcony was formerly a tomb.
  • Tourist tradition to get a better love life.
    • Darth Vader, or a map of Verona in the sidewalk.
      • In front of the Roman Arena, but we could not go in.
      • Piazza Brà. Very pretty.
      • Garibaldi slept here.
          • A denser mob of tourists than in Venice.
            • On to Venice!
            • Ah Venice! Our arrival.
                • We loved this trattoria and ate here all three nights.
                  • While waiting for a table they ply you with Prosecco and apetizers.
                    • Autographs from “champion” gondoliers.
                    • Yum!
                        • St. Mark’s Square
                            • Dueling orchestras on the square.
                                          • Wars were fought over these horses.
                                          • Napoleon took them, but he had to give them back.
                                            • Crowds were actually fairly light in Venice, until our last day there.
                                            • The Doge’s Palace.
                                              • St. Theodore, the patron saint of Venice before St. Mark, treading on a sacred crocodile of Egypt.
                                              • A remider of our trip to Istanbul, two years before.
                                              • Vaporetti are the fastest way to get around Venice, although not the most romantic.
                                              • On the Vaporetto.
                                              • We always tried to sit outside on the vaporetto even when it was soggy.