We arrived there on Monday at around two o’clock after having lunch at a little Chinatown nearby. We parked our car at a huge parking lot next to the border of the city, because there are no cars allowed in the actual city of Venice. Then we started walking to our hotel, which was on the San Marco island on the other side of the city. We had so many heavy bags and the weather wasn't very nice, but the little canals, gondolas and the architecture of the city were all so beautiful that the bags and weather didn't even bother us.
When we finally arrived at our hotel, we got a nice surprise that our room had been upgraded to a luxury room. The room was very beautiful with a nice little balcony right over a canal. We took so many pictures on that balcony.
Afterwards we did a little city tour: visited the big San Marco piazza and walked around the little islands. Later we ate pizza at a nice little restaurant and drank hot chocolate at a bar.
The next day we of course walked around the city more: visited the big and famous Rialto bridge, Santa Maria church, rode on a boat on the grand canal.
We also met a family, who had a big palace in Venice and they invited us to their home. The house was amazing. There lived the mother of the family, who was over 90 years old.
And now about my outfits. The first day I wore my new black and white striped blazer with black pants, a black top with little sparkles, my new black boots with studs, a black ring and a silver ring + my black studded bag.
The second day I wore a little bit more interesting outfit: a beige skirt, denim top, furry white vest, colorful knee socks and the black boots.
PS! We’re driving back to Estonia on Friday, so I guess this is my last post from Italy. I’m so sad to leave :(
Click for more pictures of my two outfits and the amazing Venice
Blazer: Bershka, pants, bracelets, rings, bag: H&M, top: Stradivarius, boots: Francesco Milano
Skirt: Zara, vest, shirt, knee socks, bracelets: H&M, earrings: Bijou Brigitte, boots: Francesco Milano
|Santa Maria church|
|Piazza San Marco|
|William visited Venice too:)|
|This is the old lady's house we visited|
Photos by: my mom