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... I think that it is some sort of decompression chamber; we were being de-humidified whilst watching an informative video. Suitably treated, we could now enter the chapel. Externally, the chapel is frankly plain in the extreme, but inside, there is a universe of miracles awaiting.
The origin of the Scrovegni Chapel, consecrated around 1305, has a very splendid modern day resonance. There was once a banker called Enrico Scrovegni, who in a late life crisis of conscience ...
... Xmas mail and parcels because it was so busy. We then just wandered around the alleys and market stalls. We saw the university kids celebrating their end of year ritual. There they were in full display , drinking and reading their life story whilst their family watched and their friends poured eggs, sauce, peas, flour and anything imaginable all over them. They looked a scream - it looked like they were having so much fun. We ...
... the way to our hotel. It was fabulous. As luck would have it, it was the annual festival of the marriage with the sea. In the canal outside our hotel there were dozens of boats with the rowers in costume lining up for a race. We were able to watch this from the taxi. It was very special. Yesterday we got a public water bus up and down the grand canal. We then felt brave after having managed that so we decided to take the water bus over to ...
Our final day in the Padua region and our time here would not be complete without heading towards the Dolomites. Our villa is north of Padua so the journey could be through the villages rather than Padua itself. Bassona del Grappa sits on the River Brenta and boasts of the possession of a bridge designed by Andrea Palladio in 1571- the Ponte degli Alpini. It looks rather plain from the distance and I later read that it was destroyed in WW2 and rebuilt. But it is ...
... and decanter in white gold. Won't say how much it cost but girls this is the family hierloom!!!! left Murano to head over to the main islands. We dock outside the Metropole hotel. The footpath is just heaving with people. The cruise liners alone would put over 10,000 people in Venice, add to that dozens and dozens of ferries disgorging people constantly and you can hardly move. We made our way slowly to San Marco Piatza (St Marks Square). This place is stunning. ...