Comfort Suites Port Allen
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The girls had a hearty Embassy breakfast before we packed the car and drove to the Rice campus. On the way we found my old apartment building on Westheimer, Avalon Square. The whole area has been built up with high ride condo building and high end shops and restaurants, and a Whole Foods just a few blocks away now. We parked on campus and walked around the music building. I thought I would be more flooded by emotions, and it was really neat to be there, but it ...
... The structure is perfectly square with columns on each side. There was a fire caused by lightning in the 1960's completely destroying the building apart from the columns, which the present owner lovingly restored to their former glory, in the new house. We took a few photos across the small lake towards the stunning house, so hope they do it justice.
The house is a faithful replica of the original ...
... Day 15 May 24 S Venice: Thib's/Seals' to San Marco- ladies shop, Louis and Roger to Naval Museum, luch in Square, return to apt, dinner at apt with Thib's and Tyler's
Day 16 May 25 Su Venice: Roger helps Thib's catch bus to Airport, visit Murano, Burano and Torcello- buy glass piece in Murano
Day 17 May 26 M Venice: Visit Campanile and Doge's Palace with Tyler's; visit ...
... which captured and filtered water into the centrally located well. A dramatic stairwell- The Stairs of Giants- leads from the piazza level to the Palace. I've included some photos taken in and from the piazza.
Here are some images of the Doge's Palace on an Internet site.
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... gondolas, they were painted different colors but the ruling Duke of Venice, didn't approve and decree that henceforth all gondolas would be painted black. The "ornament" on the bow of all gondolas is a representation of the symbol of the Doge. We also learned that the gondoliers may employ as many as 8-10 different strokes in guiding the craft through the intricate canals of the city and avoiding contact with other vessels and fixed structures. These different ...