Our last morning in Venice, we walked to San Marco (in the pooooouring rain) and boarded the vaporetto (water bus) for the train station. We accidentally got onto the slow-bus-makes-every-stop vaporetto, but we soon realized that was a good thing. Even though our feet and our butts were wet, it was a pretty cruise along the Grand Canal and a nice way to say goodbye to Venice.
We picked up the car and headed off towards the Ferarri Museum and factory. Unbeknownst to Sean, Todd had booked a factory tour for us all. The boys really enjoyed it. Hailey and I were left wondering how many more car museums are in our future.
And last but not least, we headed to Parma for a ham and cheese sandwich (Parma ham, Parmesan cheese) but the town was locked down tight! Sunday. Ah well. We had seen a "roadside grill" on the way into town, and all decided a little all-American comfort food would go down very nicely! Oh, yes - onion rings!