Residenza degli Angeli
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... viola's, violins, cello's, mandolins, other things we didn't even recognize! I am surprised at how much I haven been singing - as we walk through the streets- When I am not in the studio with music on all the time- my inner music come peeking through. Daniel laughs and says I am "Exactly like my Dad" humming singing and distracted by all the wonderful things that surrounds us- oh yeah as my addiction for haribo gummy bears!
... place for Kodak moments. There is a bell tower on the island which is tilting, much like the Tower of Pisa (apparently it tilts at the same degree as the one is Pisa).
Lunch is at Trattoria Da Romano which is a historical restaurant because the owner would provide free meals for struggling artists who could not afford to eat. In return, they would pay him with paintings, which are still hanging in the restaurant. We are served ...
One of Europe's most visited cities, there no place like it. ...
... journey out of the caves, a visiting choir punched out a few songs in one of the large chambers adjacent to the departure point. It was quite spectacular to listen to them in such a wonderful echo chamber.
We drove north from Postonja to take some mental leave in Lake Bled. Lake Bled snuggles in just under the Austrian border. It is a beautiful location and centres around a caldera. The volcanic soil guarantees lush vegetation and the caldera hosts a lake. In ...
... bridge in Venice).
The walk took quite a while because there was so much to see!
Every corner was a photo opportunity- a wonderful view of a canal, or bridge, or piazza, not to mention the shops.
By the time we got to St Marcos it was 5.00pm, and the bells from the clock towers were all chiming.
What a gorgeous city!
We are in for a treat being here!