...For as long as there is Venice, I shall be happy.
"Should this city ever be short of cash, it can go straight to Kodak   for assistance."   Joseph Brodsky
 
 
 
"Venice is music made stone" Paolo Barbaro
 
"Venice is a sensual city, and there is something physiological about the devotion she inspires."   Jan Morris .
"The deposed, the defeated, the disenchanted, the wounded, or even only the bored have seemed to find there something...
"Open my heart and you will see graved inside of it, Italy." Robert Browning
“ Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs at one go. ”   Truman Capote
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
For a taste of Venice: run to http://www.aloverofvenice.com/
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Gorgeous Venice A serenade in slides

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An ode to one of the most beautiful places in Sweet Italy

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  1. 2. ...For as long as there is Venice, I shall be happy.
  2. 3. &quot;Should this city ever be short of cash, it can go straight to Kodak for assistance.&quot; Joseph Brodsky
  3. 7. &quot;Venice is music made stone&quot; Paolo Barbaro
  4. 9. &quot;Venice is a sensual city, and there is something physiological about the devotion she inspires.&quot; Jan Morris .
  5. 10. &quot;The deposed, the defeated, the disenchanted, the wounded, or even only the bored have seemed to find there something that no other place could give.&quot; Henry James.
  6. 11. &quot;Open my heart and you will see graved inside of it, Italy.&quot; Robert Browning
  7. 12. “ Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs at one go. ” Truman Capote
  8. 37. For a taste of Venice: run to http://www.aloverofvenice.com/

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