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... Friday 23rd October
With Dick still suffering, after breakfast Jane headed off to find the Cathedral, only to find
there was a big funeral in process and thought it would be best to press on to see St Anastasia’s church. But alas, another funeral. She then pushed on out of the city over the Roman Bridge to see the Teatro Romano & after a great deal of step climbing, she was rewarded with great views over the town ...
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 ...
... me. I will ask Dario if Frederica can take a photo of us all tomorrow and will post it here later.
I'm packing up most of my things tonight, so that on Saturday morning I can be ready to take the early train to Venice. I've got a hotel room near the Maestre station and will explore the city for two days before leaving on Monday for Milano. I think they have wifi at the hotel, so if I'm not too exhausted, I'll try to update you with what I've seen.
... you is not cooler than the other :) ....for being exciting and befriending us or being befriended/annoyed by us not quite sure. You made the trip so much more interesting and kept us sane by hashing out the 'issues' and sharing the ups and downs of the journey.
And thank you for the wonderful photos you shared with us, some of these are included in this blog
... br> I did tour the palace's prison but it was nothing much to talk about.
After that, I went in search of the Museo Storica Naturale, the National History Museum. Who in their right mind goes to a dino museum in Venice, you ask? Me. First off, that was bliss--no tourists. Only few Italian families with very well behaved kids. And air conditioning. Also, to get there, I had to pass thru real Venice--there were whole minutes I never saw shorts and sandals, and a ...