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... who spent a lot of his time here in Venice. The show for that night included work from composers including Haydn and Vivaldi's Quattro Stagioni (Four Seasons). I was sold! I enjoyed a quick calzone for dinner (inside out pizza) and enjoyed an hour of incredible music. A quartet played with a harpsichord as well. Naturally, the acoustics in the church were magnificent and I was taken back to the 2011 European Music Tour with school, when I first experienced ...
... Cardinal Albino Luciani? He was the Cardinal from Venice when elected as Pope John Paul I in 1978 (he died 33 days later of an apparent heart attack). Replacing John Paul's role in Venice was Cardinal Marco Ce. Marco died last Saturday of complications of a leg injury. Services are Saturday here at St. Marks. We may slip by there on way to boarding the cruise ship tomorrow.
Not sure what time the service will be, but found this webcam showing a bit of the ...
... of Venice which visited Torcello, Burano and Murano in a 4 1/2 hour time from a few people we heard talking. I am glad we just used public transportation on our own time.
Burano lace history goes way back to the 14 or 1500's when it was renowned in Europe but by the 1800's it was almost forgotten until it was revived by a few who still had the art and now attracts many to the island. The lace is beautiful, a true art to see. Some of the less expensive items of course ...
... the way we found what we thought was an American coffee shop, so
of course we had to stop. Of course it was nothing like one. I just miss a normal size American Starbucks coffee. Not a 4 euro shot of coffee and some milk added.
We arrived in San Marco and noticed the cylindrical architecture of what looked like a castle in the middle of the square. We saw the Church of San Marco, easily the most
intricate church I have ...
... iced water.
It is the evening for distributing gratuities. Sue has bought some NZ pens along and we have prepaid our thanks but we add a little bonus for our cabin boy – Brixton and the 2 dining room staff, Rodica and Michael, that have made our mealtimes special. After dinner we go to a show – a mad magician tonight who doesn’t do anything too spectacular but his crazy patter has everyone laughing. Then there is the acrobatic show ...