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... the elite in Venice during the 18th Century. Linda had read about this unique museum where 18th Century life is depicted in a mansion that has been completely restored with furnishings, paintings and memorabilia of the period. The 18 room museum, Palazzo Mocenigo, shares an entrance with a remarkable perfume exhibition and is easy to miss…we had walked by it three or four times without noticing its presence. Today we were more alert to the hidden entrance.
... rain. We were enroute to the ferrovia for our train back to Feltre so needed to keep going. Nobody was getting off the vaporettos, so more and more wet people kept squeezing on. When one of the vents leaked, the lady underneath just got wet. When the ferry lurched to avoid a gondola, water ran off the flat roof onto those lined up along the side! Those not soaked laughed. Those soaked grinned and bore/wore it. It was wet. If Venice wasn't flooding before, ...
... 7 to catch the vaporetto to school. This morning was challenging at school, it is very difficult to read and write in Italian, especially since we are not allowed to use dictionaries to look up words. Sta mattina sono stata molto stanca! Ho finalmente dormentato alle due! Ho svegliato alle sette per prendere il vaporetto alla scuola. Questa mattina era molto difficile a scuola perché è molto difficile leggo e scrivo in Italiano, e ...
... luxurious products being bought by so many while Italy is on the verge of bankruptcy.
our hotel is the. PALACE GRANDE, WHICH IT IS. High on a mountain, filled w antiques and looking at t he snow covered Swiss Alps.
And again we are exhausted from so much walking.
HAPPY AND BLESSED EASTER.
LOVE YOU ALL,
CINDY AND STAN
... with fine dining service; it leaves you feeling a bit empty, even though you just ate dinner...! Another issue I have with fine dining is that the restaurant has a way of imposing its own expectations on the diner. When one goes out to eat, it should be the restaurant trying to decipher the guests' expectations and then meeting them as best it can. But when I walk into a restaurant and the host asks for my coat, to which I reply "no thank you, I'll keep it here," I don't want ...