La Palazzina Veneziana
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... While we were there a priest was saying mass for a school. There were 2 nuns among the teachers. Part of the church floor is very uneven due to subsidence and is closed off. Subsidence is a real problem in Venice. The Italian government is not very supportive in restoration of buildings suffering from this problem. There is a bell tower in this square on top of which are two moors in bronze, who , on the half hour and hour, move their arms to dong the bell. This ...
... of Richard and Ulla Dreyfus-Best. Pieces from the Middle Ages to the present day, the paintings, sculptures, drawings, and artifacts reveal the influential power of art through the ages. Some of the pieces were depictions of what “hell” would be like. We did not know what to make of this exhibit.
There is a beautiful and peaceful garden behind the home were Peggy and many of her dogs are buried. As you can imagine, there are ...
... When the platform was finally announced 15 minutes before we were due to
leave the crowds all swarmed to the train…I was surprised by a ‘helpful Italian
lad who offered to lift my bag on to the train…as I followed him up the steps I
realised that he would be after a tip and I had no coins…he wasn’t impressed
when I said no cash…so I offered him a muesli bar tip instead J
The train ride to Venice was ...
... when the kingdom was about to be overthrown, the King dismissed them, however they chose to stay and all were killed along with the King. The monument shows the lion, representing the solders, with a wooden peg in its side and lying on the crumpled shield of the French Royalty along with the Swiss Shield. As I said it was extremely moving and well worth the early morning trip to see it. We then had to dash back to the Hotel to collect our bags, etc and head back to the station. The ...
... is a photo opportunity every 2 seconds. The sky is cloudy but that just gives a good neutral background to all of the color of the buildings and the canals. Everything is pedestrian only of course, which is a wonderful change of pace from the last several weeks. I stayed on the main street, walking over bridges as they came up, somewhat following the signs pointing to St. Mark’s Square. In a very short time I was in the area that we had walked back in ...