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When Sue and I married, her boss at Abbott
and Holder, where she worked as a print
conservator, gave us a wonderful present:
a token to get from the Venice airport at
Marco Polo into the city via the speedboat
service, rather than having to struggle to
get there by autobus or the slow vaporetto
service. It's a breathtaking ride, as Venice
emerges sparkling on the horizon and the
water-taxi takes you directly to your hotel
through the labyrinth of canals. As a way of
arriving at Venice, it's priceless. Leaving Venice was another matter, as we couldn't afford
the water-taxi back, I was going down with pneumonia, and the dark stormy day
reflected our mood at saying goodbye to the most fabulous place on earth.
So this picture was taken from the vaporetto (the ferry service) as it slowly chugged
across the lagoon back to Marco Polo, with the storm about to engulf the industrial
district of Mestre on the mainland.
When Sue and I married, her boss at Abbott and Holder, where she worked as a print
conservator, gave us a wonderful present: a token to get from the Venice airport at
Marco Polo into the city via the speedboat service, rather than having to struggle to get
there by autobus or the slow vaporetto service. It's a breathtaking ride, as Venice
emerges sparkling on the horizon and the water-taxi takes you directly to your hotel
through the labyrinth of canals. As a way of arriving at Venice, it's priceless. Leaving
Venice was another matter, as we couldn't afford the water-taxi back, I was going down
with pneumonia, and the dark stormy day reflected our mood at saying goodbye to the
most fabulous place on earth.
So this picture was taken from the vaporetto (the ferry service) as it slowly chugged
across the lagoon back to Marco Polo, with the storm about to engulf the industrial
district of Mestre on the mainland.
When Sue and I married, her boss at Abbott
and Holder, where she worked as a print
conservator, gave us a wonderful present:
a token to get from the Venice airport at
Marco Polo into the city via the speedboat
service, rather than having to struggle to
get there by autobus or the slow vaporetto
service. It's a breathtaking ride, as Venice
emerges sparkling on the horizon and the
water-taxi takes you directly to your hotel
through the labyrinth of canals. As a way of
arriving at Venice, it's priceless. Leaving Venice was another matter, as we couldn't afford
the water-taxi back, I was going down with pneumonia, and the dark stormy day
reflected our mood at saying goodbye to the most fabulous place on earth.
So this picture was taken from the vaporetto (the ferry service) as it slowly chugged
across the lagoon back to Marco Polo, with the storm about to engulf the industrial
district of Mestre on the mainland.

Storm over Mestre

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When Sue and I married, her boss at Abbott and Holder, where she worked as a print conservator, gave us a wonderful present: a token to get from the Venice airport at Marco Polo into the city via the speedboat service, rather than having to struggle to get there by autobus or the slow vaporetto service.  It's a breathtaking ride, as Venice emerges sparkling on the horizon and the water-taxi takes you directly to your hotel through the labyrinth of canals. As a way of arriving at Venice, it's priceless. Leaving Venice was another matter, as we couldn't afford the water-taxi back, I was going down with pneumonia, and the dark stormy day reflected our mood at saying goodbye to the most fabulous place on earth. 
So this picture was taken from the vaporetto (the ferry service) as it slowly chugged across the lagoon back to Marco Polo, with the storm about to engulf the industrial district of Mestre on the mainland. 
This dark, brooding picture is lightened a bit by the white frame!

This dark, brooding picture is lightened a bit by the white frame!

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