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... After that, it was time to head back to the hotel to start getting ready for dinner and our concert. We opted to walk to the Frari Church and see that side of Venice on our route to the hotel. This church was built in the 13th century by the Fransiscan order and contains a couple of unique pieces. Titian’s famous Assumption of the Virgin and Bellini’s Madonna with Child.
Dinner was a short and hurried affair ...
... San Marco. Once there we didn't have to wait long for the housing agent (who, by some small wonder identified the two of us in a crowd of thousands, despite never having seen a picture of us or having any idea what we looked like whatsoever). She led us the short distance to our new abode, got us settled in, and then left us to it. It wasn't a bad apartment by any means, but it wasn't particularly nice, and given the fact ...
... hours so cool. Caught a water taxi to the hotel I'm staying at and was taken through all sorts of back canals so was camera snappy. So much character. Cute place I'm staying at and went for a walk along the main water front to the south of Venice and as I'm walking towards it a huge ocean liner is cruising past. Saw gondolas with the traditional striped tshirt drivers. Saw some awesome buildings and then sat on the water's edge to have a drink and watch the sun ...
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... could not see any of the extended stage without standing up.
However because we were the back row of 3 in the balcony we could
stand without blocking people behind and this gave us a good view of
the stage. We know the play pretty well both as the Shakespeare and
as the Britten opera so we could cope with the Italian language. We
are of course used to Italian language opera as well. We both
enjoyed the experience, the orchestra ...