The more I go there, the more I like it. The views from the fondamente on the northern side, toward Venice proper, are so rewarding, and there are many calle and corte just begging to be explored.
This was on the back wall of the primary school playground.
And there was an entire wall of butterflies, apparently done by the school children.
I wish I could live in this small corte, and have such colourful things around me.
I was also looking for the nearly submerged boat I had seen on the previous visit. I am pleased to report it has been rescued and refloated.
Near these tranquil waters, I found the second houseboat moored at Giudecca. Thanks Rob, for the good directions.
When you come to my blog page, you see a photo of many chimneys . This one has had a fresh coat of paint since I took the original photo. I like the colour.
Another street shrine, found tucked into one of the calle on the southern side of Giudecca.
So, if you have the time, and especially on a sunny day, Giudecca is worth a few hours of your time. You’ll find some bars on the fondamente for a delicious panino, and there are restaurants, if you want a full meal.