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... just go and sit safely by the gate until the plane
left. So back the 950m to the departure gate where I sat and chatted to the older
couple I had spoken to on my earlier panic run through the airport. In the
departure lounge I tried to connect up to wifi to message John but found that
to access the 1 hour free wifi you needed to get a code and password from a
desk out on the main console…so I was not able to get on to wifi L
I was ...
... seats up front. I got the seat in the very front. It was chilly, but the view was amazing. When we got off the bus, we walked in the piazza and the lights were beautiful at night. And to set the scene, there was even music playing at three restaurants. The. One of the three ensembles started playing my favorite orchestra song, The Phantom of the Opera. When we went home, we went to sleep right away. Venice is really beautiful. Ciao! - ...
... it with Gelati and cannoli de creme (cream filled cannoli rolls - all flaky like croissants). We then walked to St Marks Basilica to go inside. after a bit of a wait to get in we looked around. It was magnificent - huge and beautiful mosaics all over the domes ceilings. We stopped by a supermarket on the way home and picked up beer, bottles of Bellini (yum!), strawberries, mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, blue cheese and herb crostini ...
The final couple weeks to my semester abroad put a fantastic cap on the entire experience. Although jam packed, I had an amazing vacation with my family that will never be forgotten. Fair warning: this blog post, my final one, with be lengthy...I'll start where I left off.
My finals proved even easier than the midterms. I did spend a couple days studying for them, but they gave me no trouble at all. It must be a tradition in Spain for the professors to give students ...
... and a half hours later we arrived in the Venice Santa Lucia station and got our first look at the canals of Venice. The vaporetti (water bus) ride to the Rialto bridge did not disappoint, and neither did the winding alleys to our hotel. After dropping our bags at our hotel (much nicer than the last one!) we headed off to find St Marco's square and the grand canal. We watched the spectacular sunset drinking wine on the grand canal and then headed off to ...