JUNE 3

Above - Left Veronna early in
the morning. Said goodbye to
the arena and hit the road. On
to Vincenza Went to the local
Museum where we found
these gorgeous lithographs
(left), went to Roman Theatre
(far right) This is an actual set

How beautiful is this? There was a sudden down pour and everyone in San Marco Piazza split and left the
entire square to me and Deb. See her in the middle dancing around in the rain? It was a rare moment
indeed.

We were getting a little burnt out on
monumental art & buildings, so we
decided just to walk around the town.
We saw some fabulous shop
windows (top left), some great  canal
shots and of course, these people
have food everywhere, much to
Melissa's delight!!! We also saw that
someone was in love with Cate!!!!!

JUNE 5 - PLEASE BE AWARE FROM THIS MOMENT FORWARD THE
LAYOUT WILL BE A BIT SHODDY AS WE CAN ONLY SEE A SMALL
PORTION OF THE SCREEN AT A TIME. THE COMPUTER GOT INTO
AN ACCIDENT.  I HOPE YOU WILL STILL TUNE IN!!!

We were so relieved to got to
this museum. We had been on
a diet of Catholic
Church/Religious images for 2
weeks and this was such a
welcome relief. How many times
can you see one guy die. We
got very depressed and didn't
realize why until we entered this
museum and saw some modern
art. How about a little Jackson
Pollack to bring you around??

I'd say this was the most incredible church we've seen, thus far. Covered in gold,
soaring ceilings, lots of little chapels....

I know, I'm terrible!! I'm
defacing a historical relic, but
I just couldn't resist!!! In the
doge's (Venice's ruler)
house (more like humongous
castle) these boxes were
installed in various places
about the abode.  You could
"mail" a complaint in
complete confidentiality!!!

This impromptu choir assembled and
cheered us with some very lively songs
just as I finally convinced this elderly
man to let us help him over one of the
many staircases in Venice. He had just
had an operation, was on a walker, his
wife on a cane, and the city was just
brushing past as these two were just
trying to get back to their hotel. It was
heart breaking, but very rewarding!!!

JUNE 5 - NIGHT

This was our homey bunk on
the nightmarish express train
to Nice, France. No one slept,
not even the conductor. Hard
to catch some winks when you
are hurtling through space at
150 miles an hour, shacking
and rattling along!!!

OH MY GOD - IT'S A NEW COUNTRY!!! PLEASE TUNE IN TO FRANCE....

Hey - You made it.
This is our last chapter in Italia!!

Italy Part 3

JUNE 4

with a  proceneum and 2 openings for streets built straight back with forced
perspectives to make it look really long.