A night out

25 04 2009

“So, what’s next? Should we go dancing?”
“Go to Venice?”
….
“Why are you writing some SMS now?”
“I am not writing SMS, I am checking trains to Venice. The next one goes at 03.18!”

Or so it started. What followed was one of the more exceptional nights in a lifetime. The U**Credit MBA night expedition squad was formed by losing the timid (A&A) and recruiting reinforcements (sorry for waking you up at 2 a.m., N.!). We went to the train station and started the adventure with energy.

Night train to Venice (1)

Night train to Venice (1)

Energy that, however,….

Night train to Venice (2)

Night train to Venice (2)

…faded into the night. And the guardian to keep us awake quit her job, at some point…

Night train to Venice (3)

Night train to Venice (3)

…so that we did not realize that OUR part of the train was not even going to Venice. But through this little mistake we got to see the beautiful train station of San Donà di Piave – Jesolo!

A stop along the way

A stop along the way

So with some minor difficulties we finally reached our destination. And what place in the world could possibly be better to study multi-channel issues than Venice.

The first-hand multichannel experience

The first-hand multichannel experience

It’s just a shame that the sunrise was not visible…

No sunrise over San Marco...

No sunrise over San Marco...

…and that the only gondoliere was just taking a break and not working.  😉

...and gondoliere on strike.

...and gondoliere on strike.

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27 04 2009
Jacopo

The 4th picture is impressive: it looks it’s taken from “The Warriors”! But it wasn’t Coney Island, just San Donà di Piave…

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