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Venice is a cool place to visit....but no place to own a corvette, unless it's a James Bond special edition. (like that will ever happen...:rofl:) I was in both Italy and Germany for about 10 days and did not see one Corvette. I wanted the Z on the Autobahn and Autostrasse!!!

Notice I am smiling! I did have a little wine :cheers:
 

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Nice Pic Kevin, have a great time...

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Is that on the Academia Bridge or the Ponte Vecchio? Judging from the location of where I think you are. I thought the Academia was wood as I recall. Nice pic. I spent 5 days in Venice when I was there, about 2 days too long.
 

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Is that on the Academia Bridge or the Ponte Vecchio? Judging from the location of where I think you are. I thought the Academia was wood as I recall. Nice pic. I spent 5 days in Venice when I was there, about 2 days too long.
Not sure of the bridge name. This city is hard to find your way around unless you are looking for San Marco square! After a few glasses of that fine Italian wine :drunken: I'm really amazed I made it back to my hotel!!! :blush:
 

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To cool, Kevin.
 

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GClausen said:
Is that on the Academia Bridge or the Ponte Vecchio? Judging from the location of where I think you are. I thought the Academia was wood as I recall. Nice pic. I spent 5 days in Venice when I was there, about 2 days too long.

Definitely the Rialto Bridge. Accademia is wooden like you said, and Ponte Vecchio is the famous bridge in Florence.

If you are a gearhead, Venice would be your worse nightmare. Cars are not allowed in the center city. Even if they did, the streets will have a hard time accomodating even a Mini or a Smart car.
 
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