|Here we are on a bridge|
We went to a castle in Trento, it looked like this
|Jonathon developed the magic ability to be in two places at once|
|Joe, very pleased with his breastplate|
After the castle we met some friends who live in Trento for a mini-tour of the city and dinner. We ordered a keg
|Joe is very happy about the keg|
We also went to a castle near Merano
Followed by visiting a lake near the Swiss border that used to be a town, until Mussolini in his psychotic wisdom decided that building a dam and flooding it would be best, all that you can see now is the church steeple
Then we hit the road and headed for Venice and Padova, stopping off at Verona on the way where we visited the Roman Theatre (one of the most intact ruins and still used for Opera performances today) followed by lunch.
That evening we headed into Venice - by BOAT.
While visiting Venice we actually stayed in Padova for a much cheaper hotel and better food, I don't have any photos of Padova t but it is a really beautiful town. We went to the Scrovegni Chapel while we there to see the amazing fresco's by Giotto. It was A-MA-ZING!
As you may remember that Joe and I have already been to Venice this year but there is just so much to do in this city that that didn't matter. We went to the Palazza Ducale (the Doge's palace) which we couldn't fit in last time
|Jonathon is really good at being in two places at once|
|by the canal outside the dungeon|