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Venice, Wish You Were Here #10

“Cara Maria Luisa,” begins this postcard, and beyond that, I’m having a hard time deciphering! I can make out a few words here and there, such as “il mio caldo” and “dall’Italia bella,” but not much else. Please help! I’m … Continue reading

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Venice, My Muse: An Interview with Greg Mohr

Gondola Greg, as he’s widely known, reached out to me years ago when I published my first book Free Gondola Ride. He’s the president of the Gondola Society of America and also runs an American gondola company with multiple locations … Continue reading

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Whose Venetian Blood?

Murder is a good excuse… …to read about Venice! The neighborhood around the Guggenheim and the Dogana, crossing the Accademia Bridge, Bacino Orseolo, the Church of Santa Fosca, the Marciana, lunch on Torcello, a cabana on the Lido, the Scuola … Continue reading

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