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Last Stroll and a Concert; In Venice

One Last Look at the Canals of Venice

One Last Look at the Canals of Venice

Oh How I Will Remember This!

Oh, How I Will Remember This!

This morning’s stroll is through the Clock Tower entry from St Marco’s Square to back streets we haven’t been on yet. Enjoy our last walk in Venice! These are all the finds I loved today!

The Unusual Squares!

The Unusual Rounds!

Another Fountain!

The Round Fountain!

In the Courtyard of Another Shopping Area!

 The Courtyard of Another Shopping Area!

A Courtyard Area!

The Courtyard 

Just Hanging Out with Puppy!

Just Hanging Out with Puppy!

The Tiny Lanes!

The Tiny Lanes!

The Unusual Eatery!

The Unusual Eatery!

Layer Upon Layer of Casa!

Layer Upon Layer of Casa!

What a Lovely Garden Area!

What a Lovely Garden Area and Retreat!

Smooth and Easy!

Garden on Top and a Smooth Ride!

Get Off the Gondola at your Garden!

Get Off the Gondola at Your Garden!

Now for the evening stroll over to Chiesa San Vidal for the concert, “Le Quattro Stagioni,” by the Interpreti Veneziani! The concert was fabulous and the Church was packed! Follow our walk!

Walking Through Another Square of Venice, Italy

Walking Through Another Square of Venice, Italy. All Pinks, Cream and Terra Cotta!

Here they were presenting some kind of interpretation dance! Perhaps, “Tiptoe Through the Tulips”? Only no tulips!

Tiptoe Through the Tulips?

Tiptoe Through the Tulips?

Fairies in the Garden?

Fairies in the Garden? Squash That!

Through Another Neighborhood

A Place to Rest!

Love the Strawberry Colored Building!

Love the Strawberry Colored Building!

Strawberry and Gold Contrast!

Strawberry and Gold!

I waited and watched for over a half hour to get this picture of the Virgin and the Bird!

The Bird and the Virgin!

The Bird and the Virgin!

Outside Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Outside Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Chiesa San Vidal, Venice, Italy

Interpreti Veneziani

Interpreti Veneziani

One Last Look!

One Last Look! I Love Venice!

2 Responses to “Last Stroll and a Concert; In Venice”

    • CadyLuck Leedy

      This church was very small and the acoustics were perfect! The concert was featured in posters posted all over Venice. Couldn’t pass up the opportunity to sit for awhile and take it all in!

      Reply

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