Well! I never knew I could approach the Ca’ Rezzonico museum from Campo Santa Barnaba, via the Fondamenta Rezzonico, nor that there was a most beautiful garden tucked in there, and that I could admire the ground floor of the museum on my way through to get to the vaporetto stop. That meant I could look at some of Canova’s work, for free!!!
Later in my stay, I did buy a combined museum’s pass (what a bargain), and paid a visit to the Ca’ Rezzonico museum. But, there’s so much to see, including the marvel of the palazzo, I’ll have to go back a few more times to do it justice.
Just on the other side of the garden wall, on the way into the museum, a pond with some genuine big, fat fish.