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... and did very well. He rowed the front, Jane rowed the back. We wound our way through the side canals. Mark went next, did pretty well too, but not as good as Kurt. But he was like super rower, fast, fast, fast! They were like slow down, enjoy the ride! Karl went next and did well also. By then we were out in the lagoon, and it was choppy, due to all the boats going by. They were saying that all the motor boats are ruining the foundations of the buildings since ...
... have some lunch in then returned back to the hotel to collect our luggage. We caught the boat train back to the airport. The flight was only about 50 minutes so by the time we got airborne we were already descending into Rome! So fast! From the airport we caught the train to the closest stop to the apartment we are staying in (once again through Air BnB) which took about 30 minutes. We found the street but couldn't ...
... veggies and also ricotta tortellini. It was amazing! And so tasty! Even the meat was amazing! So glad! After dinner we had gelato at a place near our apartment. It was a small place run by a little Italian man. He was so sweet and kind. He didn't speak basically any English but we had fun communicating with him. He was teaching us how to pronounce certain words and giving us trials of flavours. Danny and I thought that the Italians would be rude and up themselves ...
... are often used as free toilets.
We made the train, made the right train (huge bonus!), and did not get kicked off the train for not making our tickets feel good about themselves. We made it back to Venice to start a very long day of exploring...if only so many people didn't have the same idea, it would have been ideal. I can't imagine what peak season is like in Venice. It is no wonder this city is sinking. When the tourists leave for the evening, the city probably gains ...
... expected materializezd, but it wasn't dissapointing, rather it was the exact opposite. Obviously the first striking thing is that there are no roads, and therefore no cars. Then you notice how the city just seems to wind, with no discernable pattern. There's no grid system or anything like that, the city just built itself around its winding waterways.
Unfortunately that knife cuts both ways, ...