Collegio Armeno Moorat Raphael
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... lace makers. As with many things the products have become more marketable rather than showcasing the extreme talent that was once the case. And cost has a lot to do with that as it is a very time consuming task in the pure form.
Very touristy now but very cute.
Last stop, Murano, the island were all the glass blowers were exciled to many years ago. The venetians are paranoid (even today) about not being able to stop a fire so are very safety concious. This ...
... things about this trip is that there have been no early morning starts, 9:00, 9:30 or 10:00 have been the norm. We drove down the Piave Valley and through the Veneto to where we left our vans near Piazzalle Roma. Going from the amazing Dolomites to the unique Adriatic city of Venice in just a few hours shows how diverse Italy is for the size of the country. We were originally going to catch a vaporetto (public water bus) with our luggage down the ...
Okay... I realize it's been like... Almost two weeks since I saw this building in Spain, but I am still in love! It was well worth the 2 hour wait to get in! And the hassle of going that far out of the way from everything else I wanted to see, But it is by far the most beautiful building I've seen this trip!! Sagrada Familia The church is amazing! I admire Gaudi's passion and devotion to the building and what ...
... as you can at St Mark's in Venice. It was spiritually moving for both of us seeing this expression of faith unchanged for so many years.
Next we caught the vaporetto to Burano which is the island noted for it's lace and fun colored houses. Yes the houses are painted many bright colors so as the story goes the fishermen could see their homes from far out to see. The island despite the tourist crowds seemed laid back and relaxed. It appeared that many folks took different ...
... out the Murano glass in the city.
Murano is the name of one of the islands in Venice that is famous for glass blowing.
Marco Polo whilst on his travels went to Syria and was impressed with the glass there.
He bought back to Italy a piece of glass, and from those beginnings, the world famous Italian Murano glass industry began.
We have seen some gorgeous glass here, and we found a very special shop with a lovely man who's ...