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Venice and Death

A city born to die – by drowning.

Algonquin Round Table wit Robert Benchley visited Venice and sent a telegram to David Niven: “Streets full of water. 1,304 more words

Echelon

First Post // VENICE 2013

I like to refer to my mom as a “combat dietitian.”  As for me, I’m called a “brat,” a title I proudly accept.  Some people think that to be a brat means to grow up in boxy beige communities surrounded by barbed-wire fences.   1,123 more words

Giudecca

Fear and Loathing in Public Storage

It was only supposed to last a month. Two, tops, if I really couldn’t get my shit together on the apartment hunting front. The plan made perfect sense to me: I’d couch surf with my friend Baily for whatever time it took, and when that was over — optimistically, end of November 2013 — I’d return to Unit 395 at Venice Public Storage to reclaim the stuff I’d very carefully shoved and thrown in a month earlier. 1,027 more words

Junk Drawer

Punk Music in Venice

A few weeks ago my cousin had a big birthday bash to celebrate her 40th birthday. I LOVE parties, so was excited when we got the invite. 533 more words

Birthday Bash

"NAVE DE VERO" SAIL IN VENICE

After four years in development, Nave de Vero, an ultra-modern shopping centre designed by architects Design International for Italian/Dutch investor, Cório, will be opening its doors in Marghera, Venice on April 9th 2014.  343 more words

NEWS

Travelogue: Venice, Italy

Traveling around Italy is quite a breeze. Buy Trenitalia tickets, hop on, reach destination. Plus point: in every major Italian city, must-see tourist spots are all within walking distance of each other! 160 more words

Holiday