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Tanti Auguri!

Happy New Year from Venice! By one a.m., the Piazza San Marco was a glittering carpet of broken glass from Bellini and prosecco bottles. A couple workers tried to pick up the largest pieces, but I can’t imagine that their … Continue reading

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Casanova’s Bambini

It was inevitable that Casanova would father children, even though he never married. In Venice, this happened two times (at least as far as his memoirs attest to). One near miss was with Caterina Capretta, the 14-year-old daughter of a … Continue reading

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What the Prostitute Said

I’m doing the final edits on Seductive Venice before I send it off to the e-publisher. As I read through Walk #4 again, I came across a detail and now I need to make a decision. There’s a story of … Continue reading

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