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... of generations of glass blowers. The showrooms featured amazing works of glass art. I loved the rose decorated chandeliers which were priced at over 70,000 euro. But my favorite piece was a sculpture of a man and woman side by side, as if melting into each other. It was priced at 15,000 euro. I joked how I needed these pieces for ...
... arrived back in Slovenia in a downpour, the weather remained inclement and we decided to return to my beloved Italy.
Camping Venezia Ottobre 2nd 2013
The stay in Venice did not begin without incident. As an honest, faithful correspondent, I try to accurately report events generally associated with Signor e Signora. I keep a low profile, out of the limelight, but occasionally, things happen.
We were late embarking on our ...
... was a second act) would be "Hells Bells" by ACDC. Night before last was one of those magical moments that happen around here from time to time. Sandra and I were out late having a glass of wine or two when the city was hit by a thunder storm. We started back to our hotel, which took us through Piazza San Marco. During the day this area is packed. This time it was just the two of us and a lonely couple strolling under their umbrella. That's Sandra in ...
... had been put into it. Beautiful master
piece. we only got to explore the foyer and you're only allowed in,
supposedly, for ten minutes. No photos are allowed. We made our way
through admiring the walls, floor and ceiling. Beauty emulated from
When we got to The gift shop just before the exit
there was a small part you could photograph - so we utilized the
opportunity. It was in this moment that we realized the gold tinting we
... did arrive on time. We walked for 20 minutes from the Sant Lucia rail station in Venice to our apartment, along canal-side streets, alleys and paved tunnels, to our apartment at Corte Dei Faccini in Cannareggio. By which time I had fallen in love with Venice already and had vowed never to leave, a vow sealed once we looked though our apartment with its ambience, its windows, its odd lighting and its sheer delight! And its value for money!