Cavalletto & Doge Orseolo
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... everywhere, a really gross bathroom and the service was super slow - nothing like back at home. The food was pretty comparable, but still quite different if that makes sense and it was a lot more expensive. After leaving there we made a bee-line back to the cafe we had visited that morning and sat there until we had to leave to catch our train.
Boarding the train was difficult. You store your luggage at the back of each car, and your ticket ...
... 8217;t go on a gondola ride because I did not want to be the literally only person in Venice in a gondola on my own. I didn’t even continue my Dan Brown adventures because I was too busy being judgemental.
I loved being in Venice but if I had my way, the shops would be more bohemian and there’d be awesome street performances involving dives into the canals at regular intervals. And fireworks. Definitely fireworks. And the boats would have way better ...
Returning to Venice, I did have a plan; to see what I missed the first time and to delve myself into the culture, canals, and irresistible gelato.
Arriving from the ferry and smelling the air of this island city truly got my blood pumping to revisit the place, that is sadly sinking 3 cm per year and lying over top the ancient Venezia that sunk in the times of Caesar.
The first place I decided to go was back to St ...
... Finally we got to the Sistine Chapel, where you are supposed to be silent, as it is a holy place, but of course the masses of tourists could not be silenced, so there was a lot of yelling from the guards for people to be silent. No photos allowed either - the few who dared to take a sneaky pic were quickly told off by security and made to delete the photo. I don't know. The whole experience didn't do a lot for me, but I know for others going to the Vatican is a very ...
... me back to my days in Chicago, was a poster about a not-for-profit called the Chicago Resource Center run by a friend of my dad’s, Ken Dunn, that finds novel ways to close the loop on materials otherwise destined for landfills. There were also lighthearted panels on some not-so-funny subjects, like some ways to address the foreclosure epidemic and how to incite low-cost public art in overlooked neighborhoods.
Also featured was a video documentary on Peter Zumthor, ...