Russo Palace Hotel
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... big. We then got in the car and had a look at what it had. It had a sunshade for the back seats a tray table like the ones you get on the planes and air conditioning. The middle seat had two seat belts for making the strap go over your waist. The front seats both had back massages and could go up or down, forward or backward. We then got going and my dad drove. My dad hadn't drove a manual in a long time and had to get used to the ...
... and pastries, so we picked a couple each, and I had an amazing hot chocolate. Italians do it right!
We'd organised to meet the American girls (Sam, Chelsea and Amy) in the middle of St. Mark’s Square, and proceeded to have our personal space violated by pigeons until they arrived. The pigeons there are so tame, greedy and overfed. They will fly up in your face and hair if there is the slightest suggestion you have food. Makes for good photos though!
... domed roof is open and if it rains it
gets wet and the old drainage system takes care of it. Beautiful.
Those ancient Romans were pretty smart.
to our own devices, we joined a Canadian couple, George and Rita, and
had an Italian meal on the street with a handsome waiter taking care
of us. No bum pinching yet.
Sunday the 29th of
September – Sunday, a day of
rest, and, because ...
... stem from. I visited the doges palace but it was a rip off. Doges were like the emporers of Venice. Then I walked around for a bit to scope out the sunset shoot then got dinner. Pizza of course. It was really good but someone started smoking next to me so I asked loudly to move. Sun finally started going down so I did shots in the opening of the main waterway of Venice. It was ...
... completions our group won of course! I had an early night as I feeling very tired from all the hectic days we've been having. The next morning we caught the ferry over to Venice and did a walking tour with the funniest little old French lady who showed us around the rest of the day we had free so we then went to have lunch at this little cafe and I had the best spaghetti ...