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So I am Venice for the next 2 days and need to get in a 13 mile run.
Anyone on here from Venice? I tried mapping a run and just to get about 5 miles I think I was on 200 different streets and crossing about 50 bridges!
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Maybe you can take the boat to Lido di Venezia...You're on the northern side of a very long island then, and you might run south to Alberoni.
(I'm not from Italy, but we were in Venice a few times.)
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Having experienced the water in Venice, I disagree.
I was hoping this thread would be about Venice CA.
Venice is not good for running. If you can find your way onto the causeway to the mainland you could get a good out-and-back.
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I think I will try the causeway tomorrow. I did manage to find the bus terminal today so I assume it runs north from there.
That will be good!
I see just now the post, I'm italian, I'm curios about your course, have you found a way?I suggest to found a long road and run along this to cover the target of 13 miles.
fondamenta zattere al ponte to---> fondamenta salute about 13 times
side nord giudecca fondamenta san eufemio to fondamenta san giovanni about 12 times
freedom road solution
via della liberta to san giuliano and back