Hotel Capital Rovigo
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... while we were walking we spotted this cafe that sold these ice creams that looked like roses so we decided that myself and my sister were going to get an ice cream because they looked so good. When we were getting our ice creams they said that you could get as many flavours as you want so I got 4 flavours which were lemon, raspberry, mango and passion fruit. It was the ice cream of my dreams!!!!!!!!!!!!!! After ...
... to make sure we had tried authentic pizza made in Italy, so, that is what we ordered. We each ordered something different for our topping choices. First off Melissa chose the McDonald's style pizza which had the typical sauce and cheese, but with sliced sausages and French fries. Courtney had one with corn and zucchini slices on it. Nancy and i basically had the same pizza, with prosciutto but mine also had artichoke hearts and mushrooms. Trés bueno! It puts all of our pizza ...
... fishing village of Burano for lunch. As with many little fishing villages the house are quaint and colourful, each painted a colour of their family. Too bad if you are born in the family that must paint their house blue if you really would rather have a yellow house! We sat outside in the warm sun and anjoyed a risotto and some local wine. Then a leisurely stroll through the village to admire the women still hand making their lace - beautiful and ...
... because I met some locals from Verona. Up to this point I had not found Itailians to be very friendly people. They don´t smile alot and they arent too keen to help out a tourist. I think they are a people who are just happy with themselves and they dont focus too much on customer service. So when a couple sat down next to me on the train and started chatting me up I was pretty surprised. We chatted pretty much the whole ride and it was ...
... water bus back to Venice, and started looking around for somewhere to eat. I got off at San Marco and just needed to walk one bus stop over to the restaurant-laden San Zarracio. Should have taken all of two minutes. But of course, no surprises, I got lost. Ended up wandering the back streets of Venice for ...