Villaggio Turistico Isamar
Travel Blogs from Chioggia
My friend Zuzia had an amazing idea this week: Let's got to the beach and look at the sea! in November. well yes we are in Italy, but it's definatly not beach weather. it was still a nice trip, we took the spanish and went to chioggia, which is a little fisher-village at the seaside. The pictures of our friends looked so nice. Sadly once we got there we had to learn, that this was pretty much it, the pictures looked nice but not much more than that. it was a ...
... theme and have an amazing time together. I picture it as a city wide version of the song "Masquerade" from The Phantom of the Opera. Seeing all of the exquisite masks in store windows made me wish that I wasn't leaving in December and would still be in Italy to experience Il Carnevale. They were all fabulous! The stores had signs that said "no photos inside" so I politely followed their rules and took pictures from outside because I had to document the artistic masterpieces. It ...
... occurring to me: "Forget the boats...this would be an awesome place to film a foot chase!" Still, the city is beautiful (for one populated almost entirely by tourists), and we managed to find a few very cool locations (including one "library" where a certain archaeologist once dug up the remains of a knight). Here are a few pictures from our day.
... with sparkling glitter. There are half masks and full masks, masks with gigantic noses and some with no nose at all. It really is a sight to see.
Dave seems just as enthralled in this quaint little water village as I am. But as he eyes off a little café, I know exactly what he is thinking. Coffee time. We are yet to have tried an Italian Coffee, in Italy, so this is a moment we’ve been waiting for OUR WHOLE ADULT ...
... and costs a fortune ) everythıng from jewellery to bowls to sculptures made of glass. It was fascınatıng to watch the pıeces of a chandelıer beıng made at the Murano ısland glassworks. The masks and theatrıcal costumıng ıs another feature of Venıce, the array from harlequın to gothıc. The Arts are well supported here, many art gallerıes and theatres. We went to an Opera one ...
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