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Moments in Venice

Slowly drifting down a canal in Venice italy, we glide by buildings that are works of art and pass beneath bridges spanning centuries. 

Then we walk to the bridge that is perhaps the most famous on earth. Strolling crowded lanes we look up. You'll see why this is such a good idea: instead of seeing the head in front of you, you see... well watch the video to discover what it is that you see;-)

Join us as we travel this most beautiful of all Italian cities. A city where history seems to hang in the very air and where the hotels, streets and canals have seen the passage of time, the faces of a thousand years and the story of lives lived and lost.

Return to Venice when you can. Add your story to the mosaic of history.

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The Only 3-sided building in Venice: Palazzo Tetta