Category: Venice

Venice: Piazza San Marco

Venice: Piazza San Marco

http://trumpetsofjericho.org/2017/02/ No matter how crowded San Marco gets, always a beautiful place to be and I love imagining all of the trading activity in the 12th century!

Venice: Antiche Carampane

Venice: Antiche Carampane

buy modafinil from india online One of my favorite restaurants in Venice. Tucked away in the back streets of the San Polo district, Antiche Carampane serves traditional Venetian dishes and has an excellent wine list. One of the best places to go for local seafood and an outstanding fritto misto […]

Venice: T Fondaco Dei Tedeschi

Venice: T Fondaco Dei Tedeschi

Fondaco Dei Tedeschi, one of the most famous buildings in Venice located at the foot of the Rialto Bridge on the Grand Canal. It was built in the 13th century as a commercial trading center. Today, the building is T Fondaco dei Tedeschi, a high-end […]

Venice: Negozio Olivetti

Venice: Negozio Olivetti

The second stop on the Carlo Scarpa tour, the Olivetti Shop in St. Mark’s Square (Piazza San Marco). Designed by Carlo Scarpa in 1957-58, it is a wonderful example of 20th century Italian architecture and a highlight of Venice. His talent is showcased in every […]

Venice: Fondazione Querini Stampalia

Venice: Fondazione Querini Stampalia

This was the first of two stops in a tour to highlight the work of Carlo Scarpa. The Fondazione Querini Stampalia is a cultural institution in Venice. It was founded in 1869 by the last descendant of the Venetian Querini Stampalia family. Architect Carlo Scarpa […]

Venice: Vini da Arturo

Venice: Vini da Arturo

Just an amazing restaurant. Famous for its pasta and meat and the fact that it does not serve any seafood – Da Arturo has been around for over 40 years. Ernesto and Hani are the best and if you ask Hani may show you the […]

Venice: Harry’s Bar

Venice: Harry’s Bar

Harry’s Bar. What more to say. The best. I have heard what people say but I have only had the best food, drinks and service at Harry’s. There are a lot of locals for lunch so do what I did and follow their lead if […]

Venice: Ca’ Segrado Hotel

Venice: Ca’ Segrado Hotel

I have stayed here a couple of times and it is just fantastic. The Ca’ Sagredo is a 15th century palace and National Monument – a palazzo, once owned by the Sagredo family –  a small hotel which is really half hotel and half museum […]