Hotel La Forcola
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... is the place to buy. Part of our city tour included a boat ride around the city. This is a port city, which gets 55,000 freighters passing through their waters every year. We saw a number of mosques, including the famous Blue Mosque, which we visited. The term Blue refers to the thousands of blue tiles which are used on the inside on the ceilings. I took pictures inside, but they can’t really portray the size and awesomeness of this building.
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... and Titian. We saw Donatello's wood statue of John the Baptist, Titian's carved marble AND painting of the Assumption of the Virgin (the painting was above the high altar) and Bellini's beautiful "Madonna and Child with Saints and Angels" (it appeared almost to be 3D!). We meandered back to our part of town, enjoyed a wine and an orange Fanta in the square below, then came up for some R&R. Mason still had some spending money, so purchased a winged lion (symbol of ...
... with the engine, still, it would be nice if people did shuffle and talked a tiny bit more. This particular drive I'm still coming to grips with the way in which everything just escalated over the past two days. We are in a campsite with rooms of two, I get the sign in sheet near the front and jot down my name with Ganzer, I want to give Wasp and Jack the opportunity to room together so they can swap with Nicole and Myriam, plus Jack snores, who needs that drama?
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The owner escorted them to a table and they settled in for their first Italian meal in Venice. Their waitress, Annie, a flirtatious and bubbly Italian girl stood by us at the table when ...
... he somewhat enjoyed it. Burano was the next stop where thy are known for lace making artists. Shelley purchased glass pill boxes and did some shopping while the bits sat at a little restaurant and I tried Sardines en Sour which is one of the most common Venetian dishes. The sardines re marinated in vinegar and onions and then served over fresh greens. It was delicious and something ...