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... Walked to our restaurant for dinner then caught a private boat to cruise 4 Kms of main waterway to take us to the main square. All the lights were beautiful, went under many bridges and saw many gondoliers. Once in the square we walked to a restaurant for drinks and entertainment by a quartet. We had a Bellini- peach juice and alcohol-delicious! Tomorrow we'll go back to the square to see it all in daylight and visit some places. Hotel: Hilton Mulina ...
... artists. One was her second husband, Max Ernst who also helped her define her collection, which consists of over 200 paintings and sculptures
representing almost every modern art movement. There is one room dedicated to Jackson Pollock whom she discovered and promoted.
The Guggenheim is one of Venice’s most visited sights. The light-filled rooms and the modern canvases provide a striking contrast to the Renaissance ...
... br> connecting again to the bus wifi with no success – poor John was probably wondering
where I was by now! At one point on the journey the bus driver stopped and
called out a destination then got off to get out a bag, when no one got off he
came back on the bus and looked straight at me and said the destination again
so I assumed I was meant to get off. When he started pulling off the wrong bag,
I said ‘Train station??’ he shook ...
... beautiful masks! -actually being able to find my way from where I was, back to the train station! -the lovely restaurant, where people were sitting outside, eating pasta and pizza, While a person played frank Sinatra's That's Amore! As gondolas floated past them on the canal! It was the most perfect moment ever! Like summed up everything I imaged Venice to be In one scene!!! Plus... Frank Sinatra!!! ...
... at a restaurant there. I had the fritto misto, which is a variety of fried fish (calamari, cod, shrimp, something I couldn’t identify…) and french fries too. I ate about half of it sitting at a picnic-type table, waiting for the next boat to arrive. I’d easily spent over 2 hours on the island (and about 1 ½ hours on the ride over and back).
I made a stop at the supermercato on the way back and then called it a ...