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... of keeping his enemies close, I suppose. I like the Giants' Staircase, flanked by Mars and Neptune, because, get it, Venice has dominion over both Land and Sea (although why Mars, the War God, don't ask) and I also noticed that if you are a God, you don't need to bother with underwear--the backsides of the statues are pretty bare. Who's going to tell them anyways?
There is also a clock on the fašade of the what I am thinking of as the chapel, and if my ...
... I need breakfast! Well lovers, it hasn't been easy having breakfast ANYWHERE in Italy! They just don't do it! They have a cappuccino or an expresso on a counter wherever they can and have a pastry while standing there and off they go! No eggs...I need EGGS! I like EGGS and I need EGGS! But nope! No eggs! And they don't wake up early either, we walked and walked and finally we found a place serving American breakfast, so I had my first cappuccino ...
... tickets for the evenings concert. I was expecting a cover band singing the Four Season's songs from the 60s like Walk Like a Man. This would indeed be a bonus. I was told that it was Vivaldi's Four Seasons, the Baroque music performed and sung by opera singers. I wanted to keep drinking and meet the Cultured One after the fat lady stops singing to a dead chook. No I had to join her for the 17th century music, complete with the performers wearing white wigs and costumes of the time. ...
... days blog before we went out. At mid day we walked to San Marco to find the right water bus to Murano. Murano is a separate island that is well known for its glass blowing but otherwise is unremarkable. It took around 50 minutes by water bus to get there. We had a brief look around and I assume this is where my late Grandad Charlie bought his Venetian glass set from that he posted to my Nana back in the 1980's. The glass was very nice and a ...
We saw the bridge of sighs, the dog palace, all very interesting. Venice is interesting. I just stood and sucked in the reality of living so much on water, it is a very different reality. Full of tourists, its hard to see what the locals do. But as we traveled around on the water bus, you could see glimpses of people in small boats pulling up to docks, lifting out children and groceries. People walking through beautiful squares and parks, lots of ...