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Venice is a crazy place. You wonder how a place with no cars can feel more hectic than New York City. We certainly experienced all the Venice sites. St. Mark's Square; the Doge's Palace; the Rialto Bridge; the islands of Burano and Murano and a Gondola ride. Those sites and experiences were incredible. The splendor of Venice in its time was unparrelled. But I want to tell you about the other experiences we had in Venice. We hooked up with a Venetian tour guide named ...
... original poles, now hundreds of years old. Some of the bigger buildings are sitting on nearly a million poles each! They are fine, it's the stone that is now suffering from the erosion of flooding and the wash of boats. The water is now rising 1 mm a year. It's such a problem they are building a sea wall that can be raised during king tides to stop the flooding, due for completion in 18 months. We had a ...
... he'd been moved here a number of years ago. They even had to make the door into the galley larger to let him through. I think Wills was suitably impressed with this statue - enough so to get a pair of David boxer shorts. We followed the tour group to a set lunch, and then wandered off to catch the next bus. This one was to take us into the hills surrounding Florence, then the Ufizzi Gallery with some great artworks. Before we got to the gallery however, God ...
THE DOLOMITES JUNE 14
We have spent the last two days in the area of the Dolomites. Yesterday in Ortizei we had a relaxing day of massages, facials and swimming. The weather was perfect and we walked through the beautiful little town. We heard a great deal of German being spoken since we are only 30 miles from the Austrian border. The food is a mixture of Italian and German. The hotel, Anglo Angel, was very nice and ...
... the wine seller, as I didn't even have an empty water bottle for them to fill.
My mind and heart are full on the eve of my return, and my soul seems satisfied, having looked at itself for a good long time in the muted, antique mirror of Venezia.
I WILL BE BACK!
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