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... but we did get wifi which is always a positive. We arrived at our accommodation in the early afternoon but our room was not ready so we had to sit and wait, it wasn't so bad we had made friends with some south african girls so we sat and chatted with them. We were going to head into Venice and spend the afternoon exploring but we were so hot and tired from travelling that the pool ...
... standards that is but still pretty big.
Stopped for our morning coffee & apple pastry becoming a bit of a favourite ritual. Then a bit of shopping to find Miss Powell a hat & feeling pretty happy with her 5 Euro purchase we made our way through the maze of alleys & bridges to the Rialto Bridge.
Wow had forgotten just how busy & tourist oriented Venice is, quite a culture ...
... feels like these days; home. We were definitely all a little homesick this last week, but we have such a short amount of time left in Rome that everything is bittersweet right now. We are excited for several reasons to go home, but we are not ready to leave this city. I know I am really going to miss the girls I live with and a lot of people on this trip. Friday is going to be a tough day for everyone, but I know I will be happy to get home after a long day of travelling on Saturday.
... in search of gelato. We eventually find some in a store just around the corner as we stroll along doing some more shopping, Holly,Bree and Mikhaila all find some pretty cute European hats for only £10, bargain. Our next to do in Venice is our canal ride along the river which is pretty exciting so the whole group meets up for this and splits into groups of 6. The ride lasts for 1/2 an hour which we felt ...
... as tigers and hippos. The Pantheon has an open roof and is one of 400 churches in the city. Many of these have painted ceilings. One has ceiling art representing the 4 continents. It excludes Oceania because the likes of Australia and New Zealand weren't discovered in the 1700s. It's only when you see that, that you understand how new our country really is compared with Rome.
We've chosen two bad days to come to Rome. Yesterday we were affected by the national ...