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... the work of three great Renaissance masters: Donatello, Giovanni Bellini, and Titian." We were not disappointed by the immense space, the gorgeous art, or the eternal bliss that Venetian residents purchased for themselves and their relations through their generous donations to the Venetian ...
... br> Doha airport was unreal, it is huge, almost all glass, very impressive.
When we finally arrived in Venice, it was one o'clock on Tuesday 17th June, we took the water bus from the airport to Venice. Isabelle and Zac had a ball, they loved cruzing around, they were waving out the window at passing boats.
... bit lost here! The streets are so narrow and built up its hard to work out where you are, also the street names aren't always clear on the wall so it sometimes comes down to guess work! First of all we had a quick stop at a quirky book shop Shona had found on trip advisor. It was a bit of a buarach, with books lying everywhere! And out the back there was a staircase made out of books that let you look over the wall to the canal way! It ...
Today I woke up, brushed my teeth, had shower, went got breakfest then headed off to Museo di Storia Naturale di Venezia (museum).
I saw everything that had to do with history there, sharks, mammoths, dinosaurs ect ect..
it was quite different from the museums at home. this one was more planned out and neat.
... with the help of a monk! Yes, Casanova did exist and was a womaniser though his life involved far more than just women and he was a bright spark! He went to university at the age of 12 and graduated at 17 in law. He became an church lawyer but not for long.....too many scandals! Then his gambling got him into so much debt that he ended up in prison! In search of a career, he decided to join the army as he thought he would look dapper in ...