|Topic:||Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice|
|Posted by:||Phil Kay|
|Sorry to be late to this thread.|
If not too late, my suggestion is to see the original Horses of Saint Mark / Triumphal Quadriga. They are within St Mark's Basilica, fairly close to the copies you can see from outside.
Then walk out of the room where they are kept and walk towards St Mark's Square, turn left on to the balcony towards the lagoon, and then look back at the Square.
You can sense all of the people milling around but all you can see is the tops of buildings and statues close by and across the lagoon. Easy to imagine yourself back in ancient times, even more than usual in Venice.
|Topic||Date Posted||Posted By|
|A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 17:14:00||Rachel Dwyer|
|Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 17:19:00||Stuart Kerr|
|Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 17:40:00||Anita Blake|
|Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 17:49:00||Robert Fish|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 18:01:00||Claire Moran|
|Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 18:00:00||Karen Foster|
|Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 18:13:00||Neil McKelvie|
|Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||19/02/15 19:19:00||Susan Kelly|
|Re:Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||20/02/15 09:28:00||Julie Morse|
|Re:A long weekend in Venice||20/02/15 09:25:00||Curzon Tussaud|
|Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||20/02/15 15:03:00||Sam Hearn|
|Re:Re:Re:A long weekend in Venice||27/02/15 16:40:00||Phil Kay|