Q8 Aviation tanker filling up an Air Ethiopia airline in Marco Polo airport, Venice.
And so the summary of the trip. Rome was alot more fun, and had alot more personality than the rest. Everything was pretty much walking distance in all 3 of them. Florence was extremely commercial, with American students flooding the streets. For example, in Rome there was the opera singer trying to make a living in the Pantheon square, in the famous square in Florence, a man was singing “Let it Be” to cater to the people i guess. It was interesting seeing Michaelangelo’s David, and catching the sunset on the famous bridge. Venice was not what i expected. I thought it would be classier, but its ruined in the same way as Florence, not as bad though. The whole city on water thing is still amazing, and it has to be seen before it disappears. I would go back to Rome for sure, but for me, Florence and Venice were a one-time, must-do thing. And ive done it.