Sunday, July 9, 2017

Part #6 And The Last Of The Photos Taken During Veronica And My Most recent Trip To Venice, Italy

This is Part 6 and the last of our photographic journey through Venice, Italy
Below is San Marco, the Canpanile and the Doge's Palace on the right
 





Below is the Le Zitelle Church (Santa Maria della Presentazione)

Another work of art that is part of the La Biennale di Venezia 2017- 57th International Art Exhibition 






Below is the entrance of the Arsenale in Venice as seen from the lagoon. If you look off to the middle left you will see a submarine on display. The Arsenale is where the Italian shipbuilders would build their military ships






















  











Sometimes in the mood and sometimes not
This poor kitty was being tormented by all of those delectable birds playing freely just outside this window perch










This barge was carry containers full of wine
Venice just would not be Venice without Burger King
The Church of San Simeon Piccolo











Below are trash collectors. We had to separate our trash into garbage and recyclables. We would pile our small bags in our downstairs hallway near the front door. Sometime before 11:30 in the morning they would knock on our apartment door and we would press the buzzer unlocking the front door and allowing them to grab the plastic bags. This is how it was supposed to work in theory. Unfortunately we were out and about by the time they got to our place so we had piles of these little bags piling up. A couple of times s we were leaving for the day we would see them on the other side of the small canal so I would grab up all of the multi colored bags and take them over to the collector. Our Airbnb hostess told us that no one was allowed to place any trash bags outside so the knocking on the doors and buzzer system was used by everyone but I am sure that others had alternative ways of dealing with the trash disposal since many people work and weren't at home when the collectors came by.








San Michele in Isola

Welcome to the colorful fishing island of Burano

  




  









  





  

  


Burano building art




  

















Beautiful luxury yahcht docked in Venice


This wraps up our photographic journey through the various neighborhoods and islands of Venice and surrounding Venice

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