Narrowest Street

Narrowest Street
Venice is the most charming city in the world to walk, unless you're claustrophobic. It was built a scant 1500 years ago on a hundred little islands in a lagoon, strung together with 400 pedestrian bridges and 2,000 narrow little alleys like this one on the way to our hotel.

The arch in the picture on the right was at the end of our vaporetto stop, (Santa Maria del Giglio) so we knew the street would be tiny. (You can see the wooden boat dock we’re standing on and Jen’s hand on the railing.)