He said to just find some pictures, write some words and post, sounds simple but my problem was in choosing from the thousands of pictures from hundreds of places. Here goes!
We visited Venice seven years ago and climbed (in the lift) to the top of this bell tower, St Mark's Basilica standing at 98.6 metres or 323 feet and situated in a corner of St Mark's Square.
St Mark's Square, our hotel was off the top of the picture and over two little bridges.
Al Fresco dining.
Gondola Parking Lot.
Below are the domes of St Mark's Basilica, a Catholic Cathedral Church.
If you haven't been there it is hard to believe that Venice is actually made up of 118 small islands separated by canals and linked by bridges and according to Wikipedia, is located in the marshy Venetian Lagoon stretching along the shoreline between the mouths of the Rivers Po and Piave.
We enjoyed our two weeks there very much and spent a lot of time walking and riding the Public boats across the wider canals.
This bell tower was being renovated and so topped out with scaffolding.
I hope I have not disappointed Michael's faithful followers and we are hoping that he will be home soon. Thanks for visiting.
Bye for now. Sue Goodes