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Published: December 16th 2014
This weekend I took a break from studying, and went with 4 of my other Erasmus friends to Venice for a few days. We managed to book it all two weeks ago, and for only £100, flew from Bremen to Venice and had a really nice apartment right in the centre of the city.
After a 2 hour delay (thanks to Italian military exercises) we needed to take a 45 minute coach from the Ryanair "Venice" Airport to the city itself, and after arriving in the afternoon we did a little sightseeing in the evening, which was more pleasant (cooler temperatures and less tourists), whilst the next day we walked around the city again, seeing the Rialto bridge and San Marco Square.
We were there for only two days, but that was enough for us, as it is only a small city. The city itself is really very pretty, and with no roads at all, just canals and paths, it is an interesting experience that I would definitely recommend you all to do - just don't go in the middle of summer. It was 30˚C and incredibly humid - far
too much for us Northern Europeans in the group (The Turk and Hungarian meanwhile compared it to a cold summer's day).
This week I have a presentation and an exam to take, and then on Friday I will fly home for the weekend!
See you soon!
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