Antica Casa Coppo
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... now I've been amongst them. Or perhaps I'm transforming slowly into one of them. There were two cases today as I was contemplating the sagging shape of a Venetian window, or admiring the way the pink building looked against the green water, rather than looking at the gondolas or particularly photo-worthy bridge, that an Italian approached me and asked for the direction to the Roma Port or a certain trattoria. I may not feel the need to take photos of the passing gondolas or ...
... your train or destination. Your train ticket has no information on it neither does the train. Even in the first class cabin there is no sign indicating which stop you are approaching. So were a little relieved we had not gone 200 mph in the wrong direction. Pretty exciting when you pass an opposing train!
Big day out & fun but so nice to get home to our peaceful villa after all the crowds.
... the Jews were forced to live in a designated area, where they were actually locked in, within the city each night. Some of the walls still have barb wire along the top.
They have synagogues there and the buildings are generally taller as so many were forced to live in such a small area and the only way to manage the problem was to expand on top of existing buildings over time.
The menu's in the restaurants change slightly in this area, including signs for kosher.
... some ancient wooden and bronze versions in the museum. Housed on the second level, the museum is also at the same level as the pipe organ. Since we were there during the Sunday morning service, Emerson finally got to both hear and see a pipe organ being played - over the moon.
We made our way back down to the Piazza just as it was starting to fill up from high tide. It's a funny thing to observe the crowd become more concerned for their foot ...
... we found this place..A two bedroom multi coloured apartment but at least it's on the ground floor even if there isn't any view.. Today has been walking and walking and bridges, and ferries and more ferries. S.Marco's (Of course) The Rialto Bridge and a wonderful lunch in a beautiful ristorante off S,Marco's square. Tomorrow we are off to Tuscany...6 nights in one spot might be nice.. Love to you all Maureen, Murdoch and Lozzio...PS and I've hardly mentioned the ...