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... 160;where there stand the Scrovegni Chapel, Giotto's masterpiece; Musei Civici Eremitani (the Eremitani Town Museum with an archeological section, and a picture gallery with works painted from 1300 to 1700 including Guariento's "Armed Angels", a Crucifix by Giotto, and works of art by Bellini); the Eremitani Church (that preserves frescoes by Guariento, Giusto de' Menabuoi and Andrea Mantegna); ...
... it to Garage San Marco, got a taxi and was relieved to settle into Hotel Belludi 37 http://owww.belludi37.it/en/, a sleek, modern contrast to all of the ancient beauty I have been immersed in.
So many of the random feeling but ultimately correct turns I have taken, the "coincidental" moments I looked at the right sign at the right moment, the helpful people available just as I need them, well who needs GPS when the angels are just as ...
... of a dense, medieval feel, with mostly narrow streets and alleys with long, decorated porticos. But the vast plaza in the center makes up for it all--I find out later that it's the biggest plaza in all of Italy! In the center is a square with a canal running around it, and statues of 88 historical figures all around the edge. These include poets, philosophers, warriors, ...
... night elsewhere.
The wine was not watered down. Not one single drop of H2O had entered that carafe. The next few hours were a bit shambolic.
Earlier that day, we had decided to treat ourselves and somehow managed to reserve a table at the prestigious Hilton Skyline Bar to get the very best view of the city we were staying in for the next few days. Excitedly, we got on our very first Vaporetto, somehow secured a front row seat on the outside of the boat and had ...
... still go next week.
Yesterday evening it was "meeting night" for all erasmus students, and in the beginning it was really nice, but then it gets really exhausting to show your good side all the time, I might just be too old for this kind of thing. I can't handle that many people at one anymore. I am glad I met some people who live on my floor, We are mixed pretty well, there is a finnish, a spanisch, a potuguise girl, a boy ...