Borgo Ronchetto Relais & Gourmet
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... 1942, R.A. Houk posited the "Ur-Shrew" theory, suggesting that the plays are two completely unrelated texts by different authors based on the same (now lost) source.
In 1943, G.I. Duthie refined this theory, suggesting that A Shrew was a reported text of an early draft of The Shrew.
In his 1998 edition of A Shrew for the New Cambridge Shakespeare: The Early Quartos series, Stephen Roy Miller suggested A Shrew was an adaptation of The ...
... around past our hotel (Liassidi Palace) and All the other ancient buildings,palaces etc. Our gondolier filled us in on some history of Venice and how the city has sunk 1 metre since it was built 10,000 years ago (( or maybe the water is rising) you could see the steps under the water where they once walked into the buildings on the first floor which is no longer occupied ,not all are like this Around 6 we ventured out again for a ...
... girls. The bus dropped us off at the last point of where vehicles are allowed in Venice. (Side Note:I was surprised at how rural the Venice airport was. There was lots of green space and open land. Clearly, Venice is not like that at all. I expected the whole area to be super built up.)
We went over two bridges and found our hotel after a bit of hunting. We walked in to the small hotel recommended ...
I've got 2 tours booked today; both on boats so I will be able to explore more of Venice from the water. At 9.30 I set off on a small tour of the 3 islands of Murano, Butano and Torcello. First stop is Murano which is pretty disappointing as we are dropped off at one glass factory, have a quick demo of glass blowing and then are funneled into their showroom and shop. The glass is all very ornate and over the top (not my taste) and also very expensive compared to the shops in Venice. ...
... would stand for a ceremony, had its ceiling completely covered in mosaics depicting the Old Testament. Once inside the Basilica we succumbed to its beauty. The ceiling was again covered in mosaics, each tile was two pieces of glass pressed against each other with a 24kt Gold leaf in the middle. In the basilica we also got to see a giant wall pane made out of priceless jewels and crystals. In the old times, people only got to see ...