Monthly Archives: November 2013

Fierce Feline Fells Feathered Foe

The quiet seaside harbor of Rovinj was shocked yesterday at the outbreak of violence resulting in one fatality on Marshall Tito Square. The square, often filled with seagulls, pigeons and cats is usually peaceful – host to running children, sunning … Continue reading

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Our Days

A quick by the way – I’ve disabled comments because I cannot figure out how to keep the hackers at bay – please use my e-mail address to comment and stay in touch until I figure out how to manage … Continue reading

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November 18

In Venice we were right around the corner from this shoe store that featured hand made shoes.  Every time we walked by – and we did that a lot – I had to stop and drool at the window.  I … Continue reading

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November 14

I wish I had taken a picture of the deluge Noahing down these stairs when we arrived. I tiptoed through it in my gazillion dollar walking shoes (worth every penny and more!) pulling the large, very large, red bag. In … Continue reading

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Venice to Rovinj

Venice is mysterious! Walk along one street, turn a corner and you are in a campo.  go further and you;re in a street so narrow – not an alley but a street – in which you must turn sideways in … Continue reading

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Our apartment in Venice

Aren’t you always curious about someone’s house?  Curious about their choices, their desires?  Because isn’t that what a house is to some extent? A manifestation of the desires of those who occupy it? I’m not sure that this place represents … Continue reading

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