It is a short vaporetto ride to Giudecca, which hangs like a little hammock below Venice. Giudecca is part of the Dorsoduro sestiere.
I couldn’t understand how this little boat could be holding its head above water. Its owner is in for a surprise, and some work.
- Nearly submerged
Do you think this cat has a wee list to the right? I did admire the neat positioning of the paws.
A little (late, but cute) Nativity scene. They all look so happy.
Row your boat …
Not far from Bepi’s boat, evidence of a home workshop.
The Venetian Lion makes his presence known in many places.
On the vaporetto back to my home stop, I happened to glance to my right. Was that a church? Why hadn’t I seen it before? So, I got off at the next stop, and after a bit of hit and miss navigation, and a lot of long grass, I was in front of the Chiesa Santa Croce. If you think it is no longer in use, you’d win that bet!
By the way, that houseboat is still there on Giudecca, and it looks like someone still lives in it.
No pissotta today. Deal with it!