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Venetian Waters Hosting AMERICA’S CUP

According to local newspapers, it may be the biggest crowded event in history ever to watch a yacht race basked in the sunshine of the Venice waters. The America`s Cup World Series fleet raced on the Grand Canal. Some of the best sailors in the world were racing last Saturday on what is usually one … Continue reading

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A Walk with The Moon

After midnight, Venice transforms into a city of eerie silence. As I walk home, my only follower is the echo of my footsteps. The streets, once filled with life, now sleep in an infinite slumber. I catch the occasional couple, stealing one last goodnight kiss. A group of friends, whispering their secrets in the darkness. The rhythm … Continue reading

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COLLAPSE CELEBRATION

Last  Wednesday April 25th in Venice has been time to celebrate not only the Patron of the City – St. Mark- but also the Italian Independence Day (Liberazione after the 2nd World War). It was the Centenary of the St- Mark’s Bell Tower reconstruction,  here known as “the Master of the house”  (paron de caxa … Continue reading

United Colours of Burano
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United Colours of Burano

Over the past few days in Venice it has been raining constantly on and off. I am sure everybody is repeatedly thinking about the phrase “April showers bring May flowers” for positive reinforcement. If the rainfall this month dampens your spirits, I suggest taking a stroll in the most colourful island, Burano.  By: Jaspal Birdi Continue reading

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Lost in Venice? It’s Okay- Sempre Diritto!

Getting lost in Venice is everyone’s daily adventure. Don’t even bother asking for directions (trust me, you’ll get the same response). Just grab a map or two, follow the yellow signs, and Sempre Diritto! It’s really just a good opportunity to explore this marvelous city. By: Sarah Cornejo   Continue reading