Casa Cosmo di Cosmo Davide
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The Venice Art Biennale is a contemporary visual art exhibition that is held every two years in odd-numbered years. There are exhibits all over the city in a variety of venues. The artists and curators are from all over the world and this year the overall curator was Okwui Enwezor of *****ia. Many of the exhibits are free.
... the Muslims would not touch this due to their religious beliefs) and brought them back to Venice where they rest in this cathedral. The Basilica is beautiful, with the inside completely covered in gold leaf. We were fortunate that when our tour visited the cathedral, the lights were on. This may sound weird, but electricity is very expensive in Venice, thus the church only lights the underside of the domes and arches for 30 minutes each day - after the lights were turned off, ...
... facades of the buildings are weathered and the shutters over the windows of some buildings remain closed. Real estate in this city is extremely expensive and more and more people are leaving. People hang their washing on lines high over top of the canals. They must have good faith in their pegs. The many canals are dotted with gondolas and boats and even a man doing a wee bit of forward-rowing sport. Whichever way you ...
... the pests. Four or five bloody streaks were left on the walls after her massacre. They'd had their last meal just before their execution!
A glass door led to a pier off the hotel lobby where gondolas shuttled hotel guests to their destination and supplies were delivered by barge. At high tide, the water in the canal washed up into the depressed area of the lobby of this opulent hotel. If you build a hotel lobby at ...
... had ruined things like wine and balsamic vinegar by commercializing them. But it was in good taste.
Soon, he was off, as were we, in search of other comforts. For him, it was a party being thrown at home. For us, it was A/C. And here we are, candle-and,-otherwise-lit, with heart shaped pieces of ice (another story for another day), not ever deterred in our commitment to grand pilgrimages abroad.