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Puzzle (2)

The colors of Venice…. Hopefully my cats don’t make off with any of the pieces.

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Venice, Wish You Were Here #6

My friend bought this postcard for me at a sort of “garage sale” in a small village in France. What is the equivalent of a garage sale there? What do they call it? I’m sad that there’s no real message … Continue reading

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Gondola Stuff: DosaSpaghetti

Are you able to gauge the right amount of spaghetti? I always have trouble, so I was happy to find this tool to measure the pasta portion. And the best thing–it’s shaped like a gondola! It sits on top of … Continue reading

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Gondola Stuff: Candle Holder

My mom’s friend gave me this lovely little candle holder, knowing I like gondolas. But is it really a gondola? ┬áPlease vote!

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Venice, Wish You Were Here #5

Okay, more mysteries here! The postcard shows a huge nighttime festival on the Grand Canel, with numerous boats and lighted platforms. It reads “The Floating Fiesta on the Canal Grande,” but is this the Regata Storica? Festa della Salute? Redentore? … Continue reading

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Punching a Gondolier? What’s Next?

Tourists sink to new lows! This week a tourist decided to board a docked gondola to take photos of herself. When she was questioned, her husband head butted the gondolier and then socked him in the face! Here’s the story … Continue reading

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Gondola Stuff: Fridge Ferro

A fridge magnet my friend and travel buddy Laura gave me. It’s holding up her drawing, a photo of my nephew, and a favorite quote. I’m guessing that you all already know what the ferro symbolizes? Each prong represents one … Continue reading

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