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Thursday 21 Aug 14 - A beautiful Venetian evening - sunset just gone at 9pm and still about 22 degrees outside and fine.
Arrived about an hour late in Venice due to a sick passenger in Dubai having to be taken off the plane and her luggage found. Good flight though up the border of Iran and through Turkey, skirting the border of Iraq - …
... when he died on the Titanic. She became a great patron of modern art, buying up incredible works in rapid succession from known and up-and-coming artists in the wake of WWII. She eventually married the artist Max Ernst and her collection is on display in her former home on the Grand Canal in Venice. Interestingly, the artwork, for the most part, hangs just where it did when she lived there - a few pieces in the dining room, ...
So we flew over to Venice and made our way over to our hosts house. We couldn't afford any accommodations in the city, so we decided to try the amazing airbnb site we heard about. It is a sure where people rent out spare rooms for some extra money. Well what a great introduction to airbnb. We arrived and our hosts Barbara had a plate of her favorite hors d'ouvres made for us which were fantastic! I can't believe that even the tomatoes were Bombie. ...
... the Alps, surrounded by grapes almost ready for harvest. And we even had a special guest show up half way through dinner! Margherita's oldest son, Ferdi (Ferdinando) who is a reknown film producer/director in Rome surprised us with a visit. I'd seen his brother, Alessandro, and his sister Vale (Valentina) through the years. But this is the first time I'd seen Ferdi since my late teens. What a nice surprise! The next day was the Italian public holiday of ...
... with custard and REAL whipped cream and a small slice of a nice simple baked cheesecake. It was heavenly to sink our chops into rich cream, cheesy nom and a good custard.
Wandering through the older poorer section was so picturesque and the ambience drew you magically into a Venetian dream where your fantasies and imaginings of the place came alive. Canals with solid old bridges, busy plaza with people drinking at tables in the sun, smells of fresh ...