Ca' Bragadin Carabba
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... br> On our last morning in Venice the sun was shining! Everything looked so much brighter and better in the sunlight. People were everywhere enjoying the weather. We walked around like old pros having been in Venice a whole 48 hours! Then we had to get on our last water bus ride and go to the train station.
Exciting train experience!
Our train ride back to Tarantola where our mini-bus would pick us up was pretty noteworthy. Our ...
... home towns, food, travel and living life in the now. Back at the hostel again meg and i attempted to do washing. While we waited she slept and Jake, todd and i played pool with a very loud, maybe even drunk, american lady named Jasmine. Halfway through the game i found out we were on teams. She talked about Oktoberfest and how she drank with a German politician. Our washing finished and we hung it out dripping hoping for the best and going to sleep... ...
... sounded and door shut.
Journey to Venice takes 90 minutes. We arrive at Santa Lucia station and wow!!! The Grand Canal is 50 yards right in front of you and the sight literally takes your breath away. Think of everything you imagine about Venice; blue water, gondolas, bridges and beautiful buildings. Also hoards of people – something you need to get used to during the daytime as Venice has 26 million visitors a year!! Fortunately it is only a 15 minute walk ...
... for the day was that there was no 8am shuttle from the camp (they began at 9am) so I would need to take the public bus service which meant I needed to change half way into town onto a different bus to complete the journey. Not to worry I met a girl at the bus stop who was doing the same trip so we stood chatting for a minute until two young guys happened to speak (letting one girl know where to catch the bus to the airport). Asian in appearance I said hi ...
... was for real.
There are only a few bow makers in Cremona, and the name that is best known is Lucchi. Mr Lucchi gave Eliza 5 bows to test and she chose one that she is thrilled with. He trusted her to take it out to two violin makers so she could test it with their instruments. The Lucchi bow web site boasts === and === amongst the players of the Lucchi bows. Mr Lucchi was proud to point out that the triennial violin makers competition ...