Hotel Capital Rovigo
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... left the museum and it had stopped raining which was good. We then decided to go for a walk around. After we wondered for a bit we then began walking home, along the way we came across an ice cream store however this time I didn't get a gelati I got a lemon ice drink which was delicious. My dad got a mango and passionfruit one which was literally to die for and my sister got mixed berries which I found horrible. Then we walked home, had some dinner and went to ...
... were some benches and not many people. It was kind of hidden away from the hustle and bustle nearby in the main canal. But, there were two men performing with their accordion and guitar. They were very good, and enjoyed their music as a backdrop to our surroundings. This feels like the real Italy to me. Before travelling to someplace i have never been, I envision what it will be like when I first get there. The sights, smells, colors, etc. Courtney and I were discussing ...
... sure that what he was actually hearing was ... blah blah blah, but he smiled and amused me by letting me speak. There were many Titian and Tintoretto paintings there, as well as other works by great masters and although not a huge gallery it was great to visit. Then we proceeded with a walk of about 4-5 hours through the different districts, up the alleys and ...
... for years, becoming political footballs and are still on-going. It is quite amazing to see the whole of Saint Marks Square flooded in the morning and then completely clear of water in the afternoon. The city is in a quite precarious situation. From Basilica San Marco we headed for the Campanile, an old bell tower/torture chamber which has, as a modern claim to fame, the best views over Venice of anywhere. You get a good perspective of the hundred or so islands ...
... with a seagull on his head. And his shoulders. And arms. And just about everywhere else. I also snapped a picture of a guy trying to take a picture of someone else with seagulls all over him, while he himself was swamped by them. Just for my own amusement. It was while walking along the waterfront that ...