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Travel Blogs from Venice
We got to Venice later in the evening after leaving Milan, probably sometime around 4:00pm. After getting off the train, Katherine was very antsy, looking to find an internet cafe as soon as possible (even though none of our friends actually email us over here). I was taking my good old time fishing for a free wi-fi signal on my iPod, and I …
While I'm in Italy here are a few ways I am able to keep in contact with everyone back home!
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/kim.moorman.5< br> Email - email@example.com
TextFree - 319-214-2082 (you can just text this number)
Also, my address here in Italy is below.
CIU - Fall 2013
c/o Istituti Filippin
Via San Giacomo
31010 Paderno del Grappa (TV)
Ciao, for ...
... a bacon, artichoke, and cheese on toast. The toasted sandwiches were common in Venice. My sandwich was perfect, hit the spot...and was a mere 3euro50. I had a bite of Tom's pasta and it too was good. He really liked it. It had the most unique tasting sauce we had since being here.
Tom topped off his lunch with a coconut glacÚ he enjoyed at a place serving it in the same square we had lunch. And then finally back to the apartment.
We rested for ...
I make my way more quickly through the streets of Venice following the signs to the train station because I don't want to miss my train to Bologna - it's the last train out tonight that can take me home. I rarely use a map in Venice as the way is usually marked by signs pointing the direction. With plenty of time to spare, I find the platform by checking the departure board. My train is high-speed direct to Bologna (on it's way to I think Napoli or Roma). Because ...
... all over Venice with no real purpose but to look at all the shops and see what was about. We also went back to Burano and Murano island. The last thing to mention is we did the typical Venice thing, a gondola ride! It was expensive but very fun, Couldn't have left Venice without doing it. Our time here has come to an end. We loved just walking around and looking at all the canals and shops. The three islands were the best part. The friends and the memories we made here will last ...