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... more art, some of which we liked. Not really worth detailing on here, though. On our last day we visited yet another art museum. This one, the Accademia, has mostly Renaissance art and art by Venetian painters. I like the Canaletto paintings of Venice, but unfortunately they only had one. After that we went to the nearby La Salute church which was built in dedication to "our lady health". I didn't know this, but few Venetians succumbed to the plague. That was ...
... we have seen set in this city. Dad really liked the peoples garages for their boats which open with a gate right into their homes on the canals and thought he would like one for his jetski. I think he might have to have a gondola as we didn't see any jetskis in Venice. We were sad to get on the bus and leave this amazing place. When we got home Mum cooked us a stirfry and rice because we just can't eat anymore pizza or pasta. Hahaha See you tomorrow.- Grace
... a couple of random bars and have a drink or two but nothing great seems to be happening. They watch the cutest tiny little puppy have a fight with a much larger dog at one of the bars and get repeatedly accosted by the many guys selling roses in the streets. "It's romantic", one suggests to Paul. "Not for my sister", he replies. They wander around a little more before coming to a canal that is literally flooding ...
... to be in Italy and have 'average' pasta...but that's what happened. I spoke briefly to a woman who was born and raised in Venice, but later moved away because of the rampant tourism. I can't say I blame her, as I imagine the locals get frustrated by living in a 'postcard city'. My apologies to the locals, but for the scenery alone I was happy to be a tourist here. This was definitely an aesthetically pleasing experience, and I see why Venice is on everyone's 'must-see' list for Europe.
August 17, 2014
Museum Day in Venice
Today we decided to visit art museums. We walked to the Academia Bridge which is a wooden structure that spans a southern stretch of the Grand Canal. It was built in 1932 as a temporary structure to replace a 19th century iron bridge and It still remains by popular demand as the only bridge crossing in thissection of the canal. Our first stop was the Peggy Guggenheim Collection. ...