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... I really wanted to see it. For anyone who is interested, here's what it looks like http://www.klimt.com/en/gallery/women/k limt-judith2--salome-1909.ihtml One interesting sculpture that they did have looked like Thom Yorke - check out the picture I've posted and tell me it doesn't, I dare you. After the museum I decided I liked the feeling of aimlessly wandering through the city, so I did that for a couple of hours. Eventually I ended up ...
... outskirts of the island and dropped them all off. Fisherman went on with their lives, loading up their boats with gear and heading out to sea. Some even cautiously rode their vessels into the heart of the island to sell their products straight from the boat onto the streets where customers jostled one another to gain position to buy plump tomatoes, bright lettuces and pungent fish.
The next stop on the line was Murano, famous for ...
... that enabled everyone to sit in tune together. It was the musical notation based on the stave that we use today. Brilliant. Unfortunately, his cleverness did not inspire good feelings among his fellow brothers so he was sent back to Arrezzo to avoid any further conflict. It is also the place where a local saint, also called Guido had been the abbot. I was very pleased I got the chance to look around. For lunch I grabbed a punnet of strawberries back at ...
... the time we got on the bus to go back, it was starting to get sunny! I'd also hoped to stay into the evening to see it all lit up at night but I couldn't persuade my very hungover fellow travellers so I will definitely have to come back. It would be great to explore more of Italy soon. I'd love to see cinque de terres, lake Garda and Rome too... So many paces to see, so little time!!! The drive out of Italy and through Austria to Munich ...
... once again many amazing paintings. It also had many many rooms of art with some modern pieces on show for awhile. We then had our Grand Canal tour to go to and there were about 6 others on this with us and our guide was very passionate. Our mahogany speed boat was really great and it was a brilliant way to see Venice and its outer regions, seeing some amazing architecture and palaces. The tour company then organised our postponed Gondola tour straight after so ...