Veneto

From September 2-5, we stayed with a friend of Christian’s named Tulia in a little town called St. Michael right next to Conegliano and just north of Venice. Tulia and her family welcomed us into their nearly finished bed & breakfast suite on the top floor of their house. We were incredibly spoiled with local wine, live music, and plate after plate of delicious food made from ingredients grown outside or on the neighbours’ farms. Tulia also lived in Venice when she went to school there, and so we had an insider guided tour around.

View of the countryside in St. Michael.
View of the countryside in St. Michael.
Tulia showing us around.
Tulia showing us around.
We had a spritz close to here, before we left.
We had a spritz close to here, before we left.
We climbed up a tower that looked out over the town in Conegliano.
We climbed up a tower that looked out over the town in Conegliano.
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Tulia took us on a beautiful tour of Venice.
Tulia took us on a beautiful tour of Venice.
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We even got to see the Venice Bienniale. This was VERY exciting, and perfectly set in the massive spaces of the arsenale – where ships used to be built. It only looks like he’s drinking the installation.
We even got to see the Venice Bienniale. This was VERY exciting, and perfectly set in the massive spaces of the arsenale – where ships used to be built. It only looks like he’s drinking the installation.
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2 thoughts on “Veneto

  1. Oh my these photos are beautiful and what a charmed visit to Venice. You experience so much more of the culture when you know someone from that land.
    As always we look forward to your posts.

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