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... br> Lovely! Good art, terrazzo floors, and a wall of windows, with a balcony overlooking the Piazza dei Frari. There's a gondolier docked on the canal below and everyday neighborhood Venetians passing through the piazza in front. After a quick regroup we're out the door into my favorite area of Venice (the Dorsodura) and within four turns I am completely lost. Thanks to my compadres' good humor and map reading skills plus Google Map, we did find our way to lively Piazza ...
... That's a lot of years to collect property taxes on the same address. The buildings have a similar look but upon closer scrutiny, are each a little different. Much like fingerprints. As with every previous night, we ended the day with a glass of wine for Marilyn and an Italian beer for John, and a gelato chaser for both of us. (Those gelato farmers have to eat too.) Until next time... ...
... narrow cobbled laneways offered a respite from the intense heat whilst captivating me with an array of different textures lining each wall. From the doorways to the shutters, from the most basic building to the most elaborate, the architecture is just so interesting as of course is the history.
It was only fitting that I should end each day sitting by a canal sipping on a Spritz and watching the sun set over the canal and wishing that Rod was here to enjoy it with ...
... the city. In fact, we were given a room with a private bathroom and a balcony right on the grand canal. Breakfast was included and there were warm, clean towels and a private entrance for our room only.
After reveling in the unexpected luxury, we headed out again to visit some museums and art galleries. Italy has a huge art culture and you are never really disappointed. This was true for Venice and it was easy to spend the day wondering the art galleries.
... on Venice, the view from the canals rather than a view from the streets. We thought it was cool, the fact that the locals mostly travel on boat, so if you wanted to go to your mates place for dinner, you just drive your boat over to his door, moor your boat and walk into his house.
After our gondola ride we were sufficiently hungry to go and get the 5 euro drink with complimentary tapa’s/chicati/buffet (the one that Jessie wanted to take us to the night ...