Last stop, Venice

I used to know a painter whose motto was “If it exists, why can’t it be beautiful?” This could be the slogan for the city of Venice. Where else is there so much art and history condensed in such a small space? And so much good food? Here are a few pictures. 


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6 Responses to “Last stop, Venice”

  1. cynthia rovero says:

    hi jessica,

    oh what cute pics. how romantic a leg of your trip too. i can just see you and hubby taking a gondola ride with o solo mio being sung while the early evening breeze whisks through your senses. enjoy, enjoy , enjoy, e parle italiano quando nel italia. see you soon

  2. Tia says:

    i hope you st marks square at the fog..the most beautiful view in the world..may favorite place

  3. Marianne Lonsdale says:

    I have loved the pictures and blog about your trip! Is that St. Mark’s square? If so, I’ve never seen without tons of people.

  4. so beautiful….just catch a boat over to corsica!

  5. Dilyara says:

    Gorgeous! You & Venice! Thank you so much for sharing – I can live vividly through your experience :)

  6. Jessica says:

    Such a magical city. I understand why it’s the favorite place of Tia and countless others throughout the ages. Yes, that is St. Mark’s Square, or a side of it anyway. It was early evening, after a gondola ride, and before dinner, the hour when even St. Mark’s is quiet. A bride and groom arrived with their bridal party–the bride carrying an enormous bouquet of white roses, her bridesmaids in blue silk, the groomsmen in tuxedos–and in a nearby cafe an orchestra started playing. Swept up in the joy of a wedding, everyone began to dance.

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