Hotel Capital Rovigo
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... end of the night and the trip home was lots of fun. We picked up a lady from another tour on the way back who was left behind from her tour, she was very grateful and she will certainly have a story to tell from her holiday. Our first night in Italy has been amazing and lots of fun and I'm looking forward to exploring Venice some more tomorrow. It's gonna be 38 degrees so I better get some rest as it's gonna be another big day. Ciao for ...
... Leaning Tower of Rovigno" (don't feel bad if you've never heard of it!) It doesn't take me long to hike from one end of town to the other, stopping in the main plaza where it looks like a group of high school students are about to put on a rock concert. But it takes them too long to set up, so I give up and move on. There's supposed to be a hostel in the next town south ...
... the South Vietnamese general (you might remember the Time magazine photo). He makes an impressive Einstein and a believable Mao (same for Jack Ruby and Lee Harvey Oswald); he made his name by impersonating Marilyn Monroe and being photographed around Osaka, Japan. I would have liked to see that! Afterwards, we retreated to our hotel room where we are holed up now, in the air conditioning. Larry and I will venture out in ...
So I think i last left off in Cinque Terre. I decided to forfeit Verona and spend some more time in Venice. So I took a train from Riomaggiore to Madrid, then Madrid to Venice. Surprisingly, I met my first Auzzie traveller on the ride to Madrid. I hear so much about Australian travelers but i hadnt met any yet! He was totally set to show me around Madrid if I was up for it, but i clearly was on my way to Venice. The train ride to Venice ...
... kids playing soccer, or a small avenue lined with quaint shops. It's such a beautiful city. There don't appear to be any industrial zones or anything to ruin the feel of it. While I suppose the novelty of living in a city with so much water would wear off eventually, right now if I won lotto, this would be where I'd move to. The only problem is I haven't noticed any jet skis. They must be banned by the town council ...