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Travel Blogs from Padua
... br> The bolognese was finally done, and I ate it a little lackadaisically but it wasn't because it tasted bad, but more because I was full. Shame. I'll try this again in Melbourne and see what I think when I'm less full.
It was raining quite badly outside so I caught a taxi back to the B&B and immediately felt this dread about needing to return to Venice. I eventually got back in the evening, later than I had planned, and bought 6 different flavours of gelato ...
... including life companions. Not that I am looking.
I couldn't make myself catholic enough to go see the preserved tongue and tonsils of the saint, but I was thrilled with the beauty of the basilica. I was a very bad girl and snuck a photo of my favorite chapel.
I purchased some cheesy catholic thingys for you, my catholic raised friends. And I am still envious that ...
... them money.
Chris would have wanted to be in Verona there was a big bike expo on. We didn't see any of it but there were signs everywhere.
Saw an arena like the colosseum but much smaller.
We hopped back on the bus and continued to Venice. When we arrived it was dark. We had dinner I did washing and went to ...
... old bike. I don't have that kind of money. But well, you really don't have a choice here, because they steal bikes, even the policemen told me to walk because it's not worth it bying a bike, but 45 minutes every morning and then after class again? No, definatly not for me!
We'll see how long this one lasts.
Tonight we'll have a gettogether at our house. That'll be nice to get to know the people I live with.
... and pasta was on the menu again. We sat next to the Grand Canal as the sun set, the gondolas passed by and enjoyed some awesome serenity. A perfect night.
There was only one thing left to do.. That was to jump on a gondola. Wasnt cheap either but we were told it was like going to Paris and not seeing the Eiffel Tower. €100 between us for a 20 minute ride. It was totally worth it! ...