AC Hotel Padova
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Venerdi, 23 Ottobre
Before I forgot, I wanted to show you some "street art" Padova-style. This very talented woman paints these things on the sidewalk with chalk! They're simply extraordinary to see in person. Each is about 5 ft tall and so incredibly detailed.
So the last day of class finally arrived. Dario had us all do verb tense drills, got me to (finally) recite the entire first batch of ...
... island and a scenic fountain in the centre with lighting that changed colours. I spent about an hour there trying to get shots from different perspectives. At one point I was standing a few feet from my camera and tripod, and I noticed a young guy moving back and forth like a vulture. I placed myself right next to the tripod and he looked at me and said “hello” and then walked off. He knew I was watching him.
I got one last picture of ...
... out how the train works to get from here to Salzburg, Austria. Today, we needed to make sure we had a solution...time is running out!
So, Jack and I headed out this afternoon to find the train station in Venice and purchase our tickets. This was an adventure for two reasons:
1. We had no clue where the bus stop was or what bus to get on (or when to get off)
2. We had no Euro's and were recently told that "You're in Italy - cash ...
... highlight of the service was undoubtedly the performance of the singing monk, as we called the choir master. He was a superstar! He was the chief singing henchman of the boss, singing his parts with elation and conviction. He also lead the congregation in the congregational singing, indicating exactly which note should be found next, and doing so with real pleasure and generosity. He was so good that my GLW could sing along to these new melodies. He was a delight, and demonstrated ...
... in touristy areas is forbidden.
After lunch we wandered more, the boys bought pizza by the slice and gelato ( which they had been searching for all day) and then we found supplies for tonight's dinner ( chicken, salad, potato and more red wine).
Our accommodation is lovely and in a quiet less touristy area known as Cannaregio, just north of the railway station. It took about 30 minutes to walk from here to St Marks which is the width of the ...