Travel Blogs from Venice
" Savor Kindness Because Cruelty Is Always Possible Later "
This cryptic one-liner was inscribed on top of a marble chair in Venice. Can't pin point what it was but those words gnawed at me for a long while. Discovered later it was the words of artist, Jenny Holzer. Her words were intended to bring to light a silent thought which was …
A ride down one of Venice's canal is a must for visitor, day or night. Our gondilier sang beautifully while we gently glide under bridges and past dwellings and hawking tourists.
We traveled from New York city, John F Kenndey aiport to Venine airport in Venice Italy. We arrive today at the hotel we are to stay, Hotel Adriiatico in Venice. It is located near the train station and near the boat lines, the best way to see the city.
Sight seeing- Today, we visited St Mark's Square and a glass blowing factory. We sat on the sisewalk, fed the pigeons, and observed the Venitians and tourists mingled. The nights of Venice was magically reflecting from the canals. The entire place was enchanting.
Absolutely the most fantastic place I have ever seen. For me, the best part of the trip. San Marco, the Doge's Palace, Rialto Bridge, Fish Market, Murano, Torcello. Too much to see in two days but we gave it a worthy try!