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... built by the Venetian gentry between the 12th and 13tzh century. We were taken to a restaurant for dinner and it was delicious food. Four courses plus wine, it was an interesting and entertaining trip back on the water taxi. An interesting fact: in Italy men are not allowed to scratch their ****** but they are allowed to pinch womens behinds. Tomorrow we are off to Rome. ...
... McDonald's cups. It was quite busy in there that day and it took us about half an hour to get our food. Evaleen got chicken nuggets and Rachel got a filet o fish..they both said it tasted the same.
We looked like the stereotypical Americans riding in a gondola in Venice while eating McDonald's. I was a little embarrassed.
After the gondola ride we went to this lookout point at a tip of one of the islands ...
... where I am or how to get to where I'm going" looks on their faces. I could have wandered through the Venetian streets for days, though. I will never tire of Italian streets!
The stores were filled with beautiful Murano glass products (hand crafted on the island of Murano, which I unfortunately didn't make it to) and spectacular masks. Every year there is "Il Carnevale" (The Carnival) in Venice; a festival similar to Mardi Gras where people dress up in masks according ...
... it would make people think twice before committing a serious and horrible crime, such as murder. This is just my personal opinion though and I can see other peoples argument. As for actually seeing the Colosseum in person, it doesn't get any better than that. The sheer size of the structure is ridiculously impressive but knowing some of the history behind it makes everything that much better. After exploring the Colosseum for a good while, Kinsey and I went over to ...
... spoiling our view but never mind!! We needed to pop out for some food so we just pitched the tarp as a tent and drove to a supermarket which was about 6 miles away... We stocked up on everything we needed and got to the checkout only to be told our ****** post office travel card was not accepted... That’s pretty much half the places we’ve tried to use it have failed... Advice for anyone thinking baout this ...