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... 7 May 16 F Kotor: Market (???), fjord-type setting, St. Tryphon Cathedral w/numerous artifacts including relics, mountainous trails, gelato
Day 8 May 17 S At sea: Dinner on the aft deck
Day 9 May 18 Su Messina: - Sicily Van to Taormina, amphitheatre, lunch, gelato, site in Messina, Stromboli Volcano eruption on route to Capri
Day 10 May 19 M Capri: Louis and Roger ...
... walls. The floors are beautifully designed and executed marble mosaics, some of which I took pictures off before realizing photos were not allowed.
This is the distinctive hat worn by all Doges. BTW, wives of Doges were termed Dogaressas!
The piazza (courtyard) connecting the Palace and the Basilica was used for ceremonial purposes and served as water ...
... work boats for moving goods requiring refrigeration.
Gondolas: We learned that there are 433 gondolas in Venice, not all of which are underway at any given time. Our visit to the gondola fabrication and repair yard gave us a much greater appreciation for the vessel and their operators. The gondola are actually quite sophisticated in design, having an asymmetrical hull which causes them to go straight in spite of being rowed on only one side. In the early ...
... of the Royal Italian Navy "Jack" are provided- the red flag with the simple white cross was used before 1946 whereas the flag with the four fields has been used since that date.
Other photos of random artifacts that I found interesting are provided without attribution.
For my boat partner Gerry, I've included several photos of submarine artifacts, some of which he will need to explain to me.
... we were here so I'm glad we found somewhere so good. We used http://www.alexandriaindoor.com and the older couple who ran it were very polite, understanding and knowledgeable - highly recommended.
After shooting for an hour or so, we hit the road again with the aim of hitting Baton Rouge for the night. Unfortunately, we didn't realise that LSU Tigers have a game tomorrow, so the town was packed and the hotels really expensive. Took us an hour or so to get through the ...