Travel Journal #1: Burano, Italy

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Travel Journal #1: Burano, Italy

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Transitioning from the hustle and bustle of the tourist filled Venice, to the quaint, colorful, and cheery streets of Burano, felt as if one was teleported from one world to the next in the form of a ferry boat. As the ferry circled the outskirts of Burano, my eyes feasted themselves upon mere sneak peaks and slivers of the colorful houses and architecture that I would soon fully indulge in. The ferry glided past the house where the infamous Casanova used to reside in. For a man who practically invented the modern day image of a smooth-talking charmer, or “player”, the house was quite on the ordinary side. I crossed my fingers and inwardly prayed that the other houses were much more extravagant.

The ferry docked and as my tour group wandered into the plaza and main strip of Burano, I resisted this…

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