Visiting Venice any time soon? You might want to bring some rain boots or a swimsuit. Rain coupled with a full moon brought the worst flooding in 50 years to the historic city. Officials say the water peaked around six feet, which is only two inches less than the highest tide recorded, in 1966. People are getting creative to get around the city. Many of them pulled on galoshes and walked right through the pool in St. Mark's Square. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.