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looking for people to join Doge's Palace Secret Itinerary June 19 or 20

I will be in Venice on June 19 and 20, 2013 and planned to order advance tickets for the Secret Itineraries Tour at Doge's Palace. All of the scheduled English tours are sold out for both of those days. The official website states that additional tours can be arranged in the afternoons for a minimum of 15 tickets sold and for a small additional fee (regular price tickets are 20 euros plus an additional 31 euros split between the participants). We have 7 people in our group and are looking for another small group to join us. Please post if you have a group that is interested and we may be able to figure out how to make this work. It's a long shot, but sounds like a great tour that is not to be missed.

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