Venice, the Enchanted Mirror: A Bedside Companion

Venice the Enchanted Mirror A Bedside Companion This rich and fascinating celebration of Venice presents a series of unconventional impressions of the heart of Venice and its dazzling spectrum of people With a wealth of eyewitness accounts and comm

From the enchanted Venice to The Charming Hua Hin The From the enchanted Venice Italy to the charming Hua Hin Cha Am The Venezia Hua Hin, this is my third time already When I first visited two years ago, the place had not completed yet We could enjoy the colourful of painting and it was open for free at that time. A Quick Guide to Venice The Enchanted City Travelade A Quick Guide to Venice The Enchanted City Small and compact, perfect to be explored with just a few days time Venice is romantic, historic, and gorgeous The canals, the gondolas, the architecture, the colorful towns of Murano and Burano what are you waiting for Venice, the Enchanted Mirror A Bedside Compendium by Venice, the Enchanted Mirror book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers This rich and fascinating celebration of Venice present TripAdvisor Venice Enchanted Evening Walking Food Tour Thanks to this fascinating itinerary you will admire an enchanted Venice showing its unforgettable colours and you will have the unique chance to taste the real Venetian cuisine Pass By The Enchanted Loggia in Treviso Veneto Secrets Dec , The Enchanted Loggia in Treviso The fairytale artistic installation named the Enchanted Loggia built under the Loggia dei Cavalieri , one of the most important monuments of Treviso dating back to the th century, has already become viral on Instagram. Venice Enchanted Evening Walking Food Tour Viator The entire area of Venice is only like a . miles square So we walked to the meeting point, stopping first at San Marco Square and then a short walk to meet the tour guide A very pleasant lady guided us in a casual stroll through town for some local snacks like home made cheeses, soppressata on bread, sundried tomatos with cheeses and some great tasting local wines.

  • Title: Venice, the Enchanted Mirror: A Bedside Companion
  • Author: Alain Buisine
  • ISBN: 9780285637177
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback
  • This rich and fascinating celebration of Venice presents a series of unconventional impressions of the heart of Venice and its dazzling spectrum of people With a wealth of eyewitness accounts and comments by its famous visitors, including Joseph Brodsky, Benjamin Disraeli, Thomas Mann, Marcel Proust, Jean Paul Sartre, Mark Twain, and Orson Welles, this book is a thrillingThis rich and fascinating celebration of Venice presents a series of unconventional impressions of the heart of Venice and its dazzling spectrum of people With a wealth of eyewitness accounts and comments by its famous visitors, including Joseph Brodsky, Benjamin Disraeli, Thomas Mann, Marcel Proust, Jean Paul Sartre, Mark Twain, and Orson Welles, this book is a thrilling evocation of Europe s capital of color It examines the dark byways of the city s brutal history, the brilliance of Venetian painting, sumptuous architecture and embellishments, many arts from glass blowing and boatbuilding to velvet courtesans, fashions, food, music, politics, crumbling ruins and abandoned gardens, the ghetto, eccentrics, and working people.

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    1. Really enjoyed this beautiful reflection on the magic of Venice through an examination of colour and art. He quotes and comments and illustrates by using his evidently substantial fund of stories and venetian experiences. His love of art and artists flows out across the page and his fondness for Venice and all the Islands of the Lagoon would, I think, have drawn me in very easily if it wasn't for the fact that I am already wholly sold on the ' adoration thing '. This i would have to confess is f [...]

    2. 'Bedside companion' is spot on, because I bought it while I was visiting Venice and read a chapter or two from it, each night before falling off to sleep.I'm a chromofile, so the fact that each chapter deals with a colour that the author associates with the corresponding aspects of Venice, makes it a delightful read for me!I was surprised at how fast I was reading - or devouring - each page. And it gave me a lot of insight on to things that I wouldn't have known about Venice, even with a tour gu [...]

    3. This book was a bit too impressionist and insubstantial for my taste - like Turner's watercolour painting on the cover. At the same time the author is quite opiniated.Still, it added to my store of knowledge of the Serenissima.

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