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... and motioned me on the bus again! No
idea who was meant to get off there because we all exited at the only other
stop – the train station.
My train wasn’t leaving for another hour and a half so I
stood and watched the departure announcements to see which platform I was meant
to be on. Was harassed a couple of times by an old lady begging (she
disappeared into the crowd when the police walked past so it must be illegal ...
... t eat and swallow the bread, the mom had to come up and feed them, even when they are out of the nest. And of course, the pigeons were there too. When you take out any kind of food, the pigeons show out of nowhere. We were ignoring the pigeons and just feeding the sparrows, until we realized that one of he pigeons had string wrapped around it's foot. We decided we wanted to catch him and try ...
... at the bridge an hour early and phoned Grazia and luckily she answered. She found us 5 minutes later and showed us to the apartment. Thank goodness! It all turned out well. We spent the afternoon walking around Venice and getting lost in the maze alleyways adding to the fun. We saw the Rialto Bridge and San Marco Square and St Mark's Basilica by night and watched the boats and gondolas travel through the canals. It truly is a romantic city full of ...
... the emotion from not seeing me for 4 months.
The first evening in Madrid we walked around the busy streets seeing all the main sights. I think my sister, Tara, was definitely mesmerized with the century year old buildings and the very open spanish boys that let her know by whistles that she was the only blonde around when they passed on the sidewalk. The second morning, the entire family went to the Rastro - the same open air Sunday morning flee market that ...
Ragazza pazza (translation: "crazy girl") is really the best way to describe Piper in her first 30 minutes in Venice.
Yes, we took Piper to Venice. We took a bird dog who loves to swim to a city full of water and pigeons. Maybe we're the ones that are "pazza." We took the train in and just wandered around for several hours. We played ball in a back alley with Mike at one end and me at the other. She calmed down a little bit after ...