Casa Nicolo Priuli
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... br> Blake convinced me to rally and catch the bus to Venice that evening, despite the weariness from travel dragging me down. As usual, I was glad he did. Venice was magical at night: the canals, the old buildings, the narrow alleyways, bridges, dim lights from the old lamp posts to light your way...we didn't think it could possibly look any better in the daylight. Gondola rides are the popular acitvity in Venice, with the long, black, ...
... and Bellini. Titian's Assumption (to which I Frari is dedicated) takes centre stage above the high altar, and is a true masterpiece, but for me, Bellini's triptych, the Madonna and Child with Saints, was the truly outstanding piece. The central panel is a standard depiction of the seated Mary with the infant Jesus in her arms, already standing despite his obvious infancy (a sign of his impending glory). What marks it out as special are the details. The duo ...
... a sign for my cruise. i asked him which way to walk to the ship, and he told me where I could leave my bag. That sounded interesting so I went and had a look. It was 7 euros to check my bag in there which sounded like a much better idea than walking it through the streets of Venice. It was around half an hour walk to the ship, and MSC is the furtherest away cruise line!
I had to change some money for Croatia - I had thought they ...
We then watched the Murano glass being made. This dude made a perfect horse in about 30 seconds…it was incredible. We then toured the showroom, but it’s not really my cup of tea and anyway we have no room in our suitcases for non-essential items.
A short walk after this and six of us were seated in a molto-cool black gondola. The next 40 minutes, the gondolier pushed us through the tiny canals that comprise the inner-sanctum of ...
... spite of a gray and light rain day, the views from the Tower were spectacular. A visit to the Doge’s Palace and while we planned to tour St. Mark’s Basilica we discovered an unimaginably long queue. Thus, the Tyler’s chose to do some gift shopping and the Seals’ chose to visit the Accademia, a gallery featuring paintings of the Venetian Renaissance. Unfortunately, the gallery closed early on Monday so the Seals’ decided to have ...