Thursday, May 31, 2012

Venice Day 2

Today was one of our first free days. We all got a chance to sleep in, and wander the city as we pleased. Some of us went to popular museums like the Acedemia, others went shopping for gifts for their friends and family.

Me and a few friends spend the afternoon at the S. Angelo square. We watched the gondolas float by and enjoyed a nice gelato. Some of the specialties of Venice are the carnival masks, Merano glass, leather and of course seafood.

Tomorrow everyone is looking forward to traveling to some islands to check out glass blowing and lace making!

Ciao,

Annie


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