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Barzi Bus connects Treviso with Venice and Marco Polo Airport

Need a hug in Venice? Find a friendly Venetian.

A hug in the Campo San Polo, Venice

ABOVE: A dancing lesson, or a friendly farewell?

Venice isn't just a city of churches, museums, masked balls, and 15-euro Bellinis at Harry's Bar. It's also a great playground for children--including preschoolers like our grandson Jack, who visited us for several weeks and had a wonderful time exploring the city.

We took the video below in the Campo San Polo, where Jack had an encounter with a dog and made friends with a local girl:



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