Al Canal Regio
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... next to Lizzie – she was asking who I was
(& Lizzie laughed said Tim & Laura’s mum) It was Jasmine Neve (I don’t
think I have ever met her in Aussie) I said I had thought she was an American
student and she had thought I was Italian!!
I caught the airport bus out to the Marco Polo airport
arriving there about 3.00pm and then had the long wait for Malcolm’s flight
that was due in 6.45pm. I paid 4 Euro to ...
... Lace Factories, but also for the fishermen’s houses painted in bright colors. The stop will last about 30 minutes. After a short trip, you’ll reach Torcello, the earliest centre of civilization in the lagoon. Only the cathedral with its magnificent mosaics and the church of Santa Fosca remains as testimony of its former glory. This stop lasts about 30 minutes."
We had another sleep in/slow ...
... feel, unsurprisingly as it is such a tragedy. After our sombre morning we headed to Venice, yay!! The trains are so clean and fast here. When we got to Venice we found our hotel which is in a great location. At the end of our street some kind of concert was being held so we could hear the music from that which was pretty cool. Right opposite the station is a terminal for water buses. As Venice is an island you don't see any cars, it's ...
... and the christmas village. We ate dinner at a really cool tapas bar I had never been to in Alcalá that had a wonderful environment. It really represented the great friendly spanish culture that I wanted my parents to see! Shortly after, my two families said their goodbyes. My goodbye to Julia was especially meaningful and she told me that she would be missing me because she had not developed such a good relationship with any other foreign student she had hosted, which was ...
... This is beginning to feel a bit like the book “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.”
We finally got into Venice, but we had an unexpectedly great time procrastinating first.
Starting at the beginning, the coffee and a snack was the first highlight worth writing about. We stopped at a trattoria that’s just about a 5 min walk from the house. The woman who owns the place lives upstairs, and the restaurant is basically her living ...