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... body when she emerges from the water. Trish and I are sitting on the boat like two spectators watching a tennis match and looking from side to side with great hilarity! No sooner do we get over all of this than a group of mature ladies cycle past us and are obviously overwhelmed by Capitano Yano and his mates because one of them steers into the gutter and falls off her bike (almost causing a domino effect of ladies in the gutter!). ...
... of St. Lawrence by Titian (but it was out for restoration) and Assumption of Mary by Tintoretto. No photos allowed but we took a few before we were told NO PHOTOS NO PHOTOS! Louisa took us down side streets and narrow passages that we would never have found on our own. The first stop was at a print maker who still does it the old fashioned way. He and his son were using equipment that was at least 100+ years old. If it breaks, he's the only one who ...
... obliged, but the seat was clearly not a reserved or priority seat and I made that comment to Chris. The man then had a go at me, saying my seat is also reserved for the elderly and pregnant women, and then I snapped, pointed to my stomach and said I am pregnant, f$@? off. Seriously, I've had it with morons who cannot mind their own business and who have a go at other people who are minding their own business. Although there are a number of priority seats on the ...
... to sell their products at a wholesale price. The busiest spot during summertime.
I have met Diego, an artist who is probably 63 yrs old. He has a printing shop at the central of Venice. His works are mostly the bridges, calles/vias. I bought 2 pieces of his works hoping to keep for along time.
Other Places to see:
- Fondaco dei Turchi
- Teatro Goldoni
- Harry's Bar
- Cafe Florian
- Lido Beach
- San Giorgio ...
Ravenna is a wonderful town and gets my vote for next favourite to Siena in Italy. We came to see the spectacular 5th and 6th century mosaics but there is much more to see. The sites are all UNESCO sites and are not overly touristy. No audio guides, not much written and not that many tour groups. The Basillica of St. Vitale was the first we saw and it is spectacular. The Basillica of Sant'Appolinaire Nuovo and the Bapistry ...
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Rione S Andrea, 597, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Lungomare Adriatico, 50, Chioggia | 4 star hotelfrom $133
Via Ondina 31, Chioggia | 2 star hotelfrom $121
Via Isamaor, 9 - Loc. Isola Verde, Chioggia | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Perottolo 30, Chioggia | 1 star hotelfrom $82
Lungomare Adriatico 38, Chioggia | Hotelfrom $52