Ca' Bragadin Carabba
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... to visit a Tim Horton's or "Timmy's" when we go to Canada and to order a double double. The Canadian boys, whose names we never got, were thoroughly impressed by Tony's knowledge of Canadian geography and by our love of Canadian indie bands. We got ousted from the compartment about halfway through the train ride. Apparently some people had assigned seats and others didn't. The people who belonged in our compartment finally boarded the train so we ...
... was our hottest yet. We probably managed to get through everything we wanted to do - there were only a few must-do things for us and the best thing to do is probably just to wander the streets amid the canals.
Venice was crazy busy and they sure know how to make their money out of tourists. Whereas at other places you can get a free city map from the info ...
... and were alone in the empty streets. Seeing the Piazzale Michaelangelo without people as the sun rose as a golden-orange ball in the sky was unforgettable. The city seemed totally different; more peaceful and less frenetic. It seemed a place where people could actually live, rather than visit for a few days. (we also daytripped to Pisa, and somebody made some inappropriate photos near the tower. We never claimed to be mature and, anyways, art takes many ...
... touristy and the only thing to do is look at it and ride the gondolas. We took the water taxi (works like a bus or metro) back around to the train station for 6.50euro each and rode the train back to Bologna.
We ate at the Singapore Restaurant in Bologna again, mostly so I could get my hat back that I left there the night before. This restaurant is really good! Much like the rest of Italy, I wish I could bring it home with me.
... different types of Italian police, but certainly there seemed to be more of the well-armed paramilitary type than we would have expected on the streets of Venice as the Pope's visit approached
After Venice, we boarded another train for Milano. From there the plan is to pick up two rental cars and drive to Nice and then to Cinque Terre, before dropping the cars at Rome Airport for our flight to Egypt.