Hotel Al Cason
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Mariedi, 29 Ottobre
On my walk to class this morning, I took a few photos to give you an idea of what I see every day. You have the "to be expected" buildings from more than a few hundred years ago, of course.
But just when you think you've got it down, they throw this sort of juxtaposition at you: Here's this lovely but very old building, and what do we find outside? A ...
... for some bizarre reason I felt absolutely fine with the height, there were only a limited number of Japanese frantically photographing everything. I sat in a bay and watched the light go down over venice. By far the best time of day as the light is soft rather than harsh midday. A kindly American lady took my ...
They woke up in great excitement as they were going to see inside the stud.
after a hasty breakfast, Willow went to buy tickets for the guided tour and to her delight saw some of the horses trot past on their way to the fields for the day.
Because they were on an early tour they got to see 5 horses and riders training.
Willow had seen Lippitzaners performing before in the UK but found it fascinating to see ...
... up, it's rather claustrophobic, but incredible knowing this is how their anatomy lessons were carried out in the past. Padua University started teaching medicine in 1222!! As the structure is very old, we can't touch or walk on it, but there's a model made of wood that let's you conceptualise exactly what the design of the theatre was like. I really enjoyed this part of the tour the most I think. Above the doorway written in Latin were the words mors vbi gavdat ...
... our right. Wouldn't you know the little map man was right. We arrived at St. Mark's square a little while later. The square was impressive with the giant buildings and the church at one end. The pigeons were pretty funny and landed on John even though he did have food. Of course we went inside the church and had a look around. The most impressive part of it were the thousands of tiny mosaic tiles that were hand laid over all the ceiling and some ...