B&B Ca' Del Gallo
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was lovely and I spent the time trying to work out where the Eiger, Monch, Jung
Frau and Schilthorn peaks were. We had to descend through cloud into Milan. I
was extremely relieved to see my bag as first on the carousel (though the side
handle was broken, probably due to me maxing out the weight!) Exiting customs
in Europe seems so simple compared to exiting the customs checks in NZ.
I got straight on a bus to the train station. ...
... them. We also had saved a croissant from breakfast to give to them. We fed the pigeons, and sure enough they landed all over my arms and my head. Luckily they didn't poop on me, so I was happy. Later on in the day, we "snuck" the last pieces of bread from our lunch, into our bags so we can give them to the pigeons. We were walking to our hotel, when Lynn had to go to the bathroom. Sue, my ...
... drinks and snacks back at our apartment. At 6.30pm we met Megan, Dwaine and Jake at the Rialto Bridge for Paul's birthday dinner. We found a lovely restaurant beside the Grand Canal and indulged in delicious Italian food, beer, Bellini and desserts. We left there and all went to a quirky bar for Limoncello shots and another drink then called it a night. We had a great time together. They travel to Rome tomorrow. We have really enjoyed their ...
... the form of easy exams around Christmas time....something the US could look into! I ended up with "A's" in all the classes, but only one gets to count towards my Butler GPA, the one taught by the Butler professor.
On December 20th, the Butler group returned to the United States, so we said our goodbyes. Over the course of the semester, this study abroad group got incredibly close and I think everyone was very sad to part from Spain. Luckily for me, my time there continued ...
... had some issue with its fire alarm- it woke us up about 5.30 and didn't stop for over an hour. However, the hotel's free breakfast was pretty impressive so that immediately cheered us up.
Our first stop was to visit the Doge's palace. It is a very cool building and very opulent. We decided that subtlety was not a strong point for Italians, which made for impressive viewing. So much wealth! We also went for a look around the prison, crossing ...