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... by it when I went to Murano on Wednesday morning.) In Venice, interesting how residents are not allowed to ride bikes in the city, and the most common sport in Venice is rowing. We were shown some busy parts of the Grand Canal and waterways between the central canal and the outside lagoon areas where the bigger boats go - there are strict rules for speed on the waterways. Many people own their own boats in Venice. Swimming is no longer allowed in the canals, but ...
... and instead of having a drink, we decided to go for a walk. Our walk surprisingly led us all the way back to town where this time we had time to look at the shops and time to view some of the entertainment going on in the Main Street as part of a big festival there. We loved every minute of the drummers and the atmosphere there and wished we could have stayed longer. We walked back in time for dinner at 7 30 pm. A beautiful buffet finished off what had been the perfect ...
... or Dottie, or anyone else. We had no data on our phones so we depended on internet to connect.
It was a 3.5 hour train ride so we would have plenty of time to post pictures, answer email, see what was happening in the rest of the world, and just relax while someone else got us where we needed to go.
We arrived without incident at Termini Station at a little after 10:00 p.m. We had to go back to the Grand Hotel Tiberio to pick up our luggage we ...
... see the index an thumb bones of Galileo preserved, which was pretty darn cool to my science-minded side.
On the 29th, we flew back to Madrid from Bologna so we could catch our transatlantic flight the next day back to the United States. We decided to spend these last few hours of our vacation back in Alcalá, my home base for the semester! This allowed me to say goodbye one last time to Julia, my host mom, and also to take one last memorable walk through the ...
... a Butlins caravan park in Venice but different to everywhere we've stayed so far. TO THE POOL! The weather was alright, warm and mainly sunny but getting cloudier! A few hours later we caught the shuttle in to the main part of venice. It is really nice. There's loads of character and nice buildings etc. We weren't intending to see any of the main bits tonight, just to get some dinner. We eventually found a nice place and sit down to eat. They had the delicious apple juice from Rome ...