Ca' della Loggia
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... color to my eye. Small is the key here though, got to get it home in one piece. Bought three large pottery pieces by the most prominent potter in Central Asia home from Kyrgyzstan a decade or so ago in my luggage, protected as best I could, and of three pieces only one made it without a chip. Yes, I could have mailed it but didn't trust the postal service from there to get it home in one piece, so didn't. ...
... who was imprisoned after a long series of crimes - escaped by climbing onto the roof, shimmying down a drainpipe back into the palace and leaving on a Gondola. According to legend he did this after having coffee in Piazza San Marco.
The Palace like all palaces was spectacular and this one was also quite mystical, with many hidden doors and passageways. There was a mix of beauty and disbelief - gold leaved stairways and items of ...
... woken up at 6am for no reason. The ferry/boat took about 45minutes to get from the mainland over to the big Island of Venice. I though Venice was pretty awesome! Dad Davidson couldn't believe how they managed to keep it all afloat! After we settled into our hotels we met back in a nearby square and decided to go for a walk along the south island of Venice. We had an early dinner because it had started to rain and we figured it was the best way to get out of it. Our full day ...
... the stuff you find in the corner of a room on the floor.... Got our money back and decided to wait until we arrived to find food minus the dust balls. Toilets on the train are a hole over the tracks also. Don didn't believe me so he went and had a look... We had a laugh at this for a good while. Our accommodation was 100 m from the train station which we planned well. Dropped our bags, got changed and headed out to explore the island of venice. ...
... a sight if it appeals to me at the time, and of course get out on the water every day. The No. 1 waterbus goes all along the Grand Canal, out to the island of Lido, and back. When I first boarded I got a seat inside by the window but it’s still not great for seeing everything and definitely not for taking photos. The window only opens maybe 6 inches (barely enough to fit the camera through while you’re taking a shot) and the rest of the window has a ...