I will visit Venice!!
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I will visit Venice!!

by Yuki I.
(Chiba, Japan)

I have not been to Italy, but my sister Ikue went there last spring. When she came home, I heard her memory which was so exciting! Because I was really interested in this country by my sister’s story and her smile, I looked over the sightseeing spots. Among all places, I think Venice is the most beautiful town.

In fact, my sister said Venice was the most interesting and had a good impression for staying here. According to her story, firstly, she was surprised at the quietness which covered the town and people. Because there are no cars, people can walk freely. Ikue said she felt good to walk freely on a town road with a great atmosphere.

I really want to visit Venice, the city built on water. I am planning to travel abroad to Europe for one month with my friends.

I will never drop Italy from our itinerary. If my friends want to drop it, I'll persuade them to look over this country. I think they will say easily “it’s OK!”.

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