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... treated her parents). We took the opportunity to try a spritz which Mary liked more than Madeline did. The food was delicious and we really enjoyed ourselves. We made our way back to the Grand Canal -stopping to record a Skype message to the Hambletons. Madeline made fun of how her mom pronounced gondola, but It is difficult to hold the iPad, talk and try to capture the background! We took a vaporetto ride back up the Grand Canal and made it home by ...
... double it's old size! For smelly cycle tourists, Sundays are a problem. Nothing's open. It's hard to find accommodation. You need to make it to your destination before it gets too late. But now that we are highly cultured international travellers, Sundays are no longer a problem! We get to stay multiple nights in the same place! On Sunday, we visited the island of Murano, where the art of glass blowing has been passed from father to son since the 13th century. ...
... own food! It was interesting at Genoa, as the train didn't pull in to the station and keep going. It headed off in the direction we had come in on before turning to move on. So we were initially sitting backwards and now we are forwards! Ok, we have passed the third test for today. We made it through Milan train station. This one was chaotic, carrying the rucksacks and the bikes along the entire length of the train to the main part of the station. We only had 30 ...
... used toilet paper in a bin alongside the toilets. Lovely! And after roughing it for three days, we moved onto Albania which was just... scary. The road into Albania was under construction- dirt roads and donkeys were our introduction! It was interesting in that it was underdeveloped having only recently cast off the shackles of Communism- now within a democratic political system, although apparently corruption is now the name of the game. So after a very ...
... I went inside and saw a very creepy statue of a starved looking vampire man from "30 Days of Night" or something.
After this is was back on the train and off to Nice. I would explore the French Riviera next.
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"I was in Milan for 30 minutes, I saw the Catherdal and left." Me
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