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... a really long time ago - a different life that is so different from my current life. Tad and the girls were really interested in seeing my practice rand rehearsal rooms and lockers, and then we walked up campus a bit. We did a final drive around the full campus loop, and I showed the, the faces in the Sallyport. After leaving campus it was time for a trip to a Good Co. BBQ on Kirby. Once again, all five of us devoured our meal and I took such joy in seeing Tad ...
... small museum. I'm not keen on that kind of history, but my driver wanted to go check it out.
Coming back it alternated between brilliant sunshine and rain so hard it was difficult to see the road ahead. Thankfully only a brief patch to drive through.
Tomorrow we're on the move again to Natchez. It's also steeped in history, so fingers crossed we embrace more of this lovely area's past
... br> Day 22 May 31 S Locarno: Train to Bellinzona where we met Elizabetta for visit to market, Civico and Castelgrande; lunch at the castle
Day 23 May 1 Su Locarno: Sara hiked lake promenade; Roger e-biked to Azcona (Mt. Verita) and Minusio; went to antiques fair- disappointing; Swiss "Blue Angles" air show over Lake
Day 24 June 2 M Locarno: Train to Bellinzona; train to ...
... actually attached) to Doge's Palace in San Marco, was built in the 11th century as a replacement for an earlier church at this site. Its Eastern-style architecture connects Venice with Byzantium which protected it from Charlemagne. Byzantium was an ancient Greek city which was rebuilt, became the new capital of the Roman Empire under Emperor Constantine in 330 AD and was ...
... gondolas, they were painted different colors but the ruling Duke of Venice, didn't approve and decree that henceforth all gondolas would be painted black. The "ornament" on the bow of all gondolas is a representation of the symbol of the Doge. We also learned that the gondoliers may employ as many as 8-10 different strokes in guiding the craft through the intricate canals of the city and avoiding contact with other vessels and fixed structures. These different ...