San Lio Tourist House
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First synagogue was built in 1528 - German synagogue built in baroque style. Quite beautiful but not used today. It's inside the Jewish museum which originally was an apartment block.
... discovered that the intermittent high waters had flooded the square. Wooden tables about 0.5 meter high had been linded up to create walking bridges. Immediately people appeared selling yellow plastic sock boots that allowed you to wade through the waters. Drainage holes are situated throughout the paving and the water bubbles up and then drains away. All the water produced beautiful reflection from the ...
My iPad does not like the internet services at the convent. I cannot make it connect! So I am reduced to writing on Pages and waiting for the Big D to make my internet work. I have to admit, it makes me a little bit mad! :-(. Fortunately, I have had one lovely biera and another glass of red wine and so it doesn't much matter that I have to do this backwards . .:-)
What a fantastic day we have had. Thanks to the workings of Advil PM, I had ...
... lots of photos. It was pretty cool.
Venezia is a hauntingly beautiful city which dates back to the 5th and 6th centuries when barbarians forced the Veneto's people to seek refuge on the lagoon's Islands. Over successive centuries the Venetian Republic grew into a great merchant power, dominating half the Mediterranean, the Adriatic and the trade routes to the Levant - it was from Venice that Marco Polo set for China in 1271. Decline began in the 16th century and in ...
... was festive and fun.
Not a gondola but still very nice
We also enjoyed our water bus ride after that, again a recommendation of Rick Steves. After dark, when you're on the canal, you can see into the villas all along the canal. We viewed their magnificent chandeliers, paintings, and carved ceilings as we rolled along. Some of the buildings are dark and probably empty. Overall it's a beautiful sight at night.