Hotel Forte del 48
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... up its own bottom art. Loo rolls in the shape and volume of a grand piano was hard to take seriously as was block of concrete contain tape recording of a woman screaming playing in a loop - which of course you can't hear, which is apparently the 'art' - is she screaming if you can't hear it, bit like if a tree falls in a forest with no one to hear... Yada... Harrumph. ...
... It was an Italian breakfast -- croissants, rolls, jellies, nutella, and some succo d'arancia (orange juice). (Note: my Italian is terrible, but it's better than Lizzie's, so I'm just rubbing it in.) Our lovely hostess brought it to our room when we called her and we ate and got ready for our day.
After our attempts to navigate the oft-confusing streets of Venice, we decided to take the vaparetto down to St. Mark's Square this morning to make sure we made it on ...
... and screaming trick or treat in Italian (we assume) at the top of their lungs. It was fun to watch. Halloween certainly isn't as commercialized in the places we saw as it is back home. You didn't see Halloween decorations in many of the stores and the costumes were pretty simple. Many of them consisted of simply a cape and some false teeth or just some make-up. But, the kids were having fun and many of the storekeepers smiled and handed the kids a small ...
... Florence. Gosh it seems a long time since we were here! The train is full but we have reserved seats so there are no problems. It's a nice run through the countryside. The train stops only at Bologna, Padua and Mestre. Your first sight of Venice is that of cruise ships! The station backs onto the Grand Canal and the only way to get to your hotel is by water. Do we take the cheap Vaporetto or ...
... all those men were someone's son, someone's husband, lover, brother. It hurts my heart to think about what we do to one another and whilst I have the utmost respect for those that fought, I can't look at the cruelty of war. I think Mauricio is sorry for making me sad, but it is not his fault, I am happy to pay my respects. The Italians have made a wonderful place of homage here, it's very humbling. We live in a fortunate generation ...