The Bay of Naples

The Bay of Naples

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Florence

Florence

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Behind Closed Doors

Behind Closed Doors

Wherever we go in places like Venice, I’m fascinated by what lies behind those ornate doors. And, thanks to the Biennale, we get behind a few doors that are normally closed to the public, but whose owners open them up to the public in the name of art....
Tiramisu Outside Plato’s Cave

Tiramisu Outside Plato’s Cave

Remember Plato’s allegory of the cave? What we see usually is just the shadow of the true world, out in the light is the truth. Or something like that. Down this dark alley, I found the tiramisu that is outside the cave. Tiramisu has never been for me. But here...
Our Museums in Venice

Our Museums in Venice

A good museum, in my book, prompts you to ask more questions–and to search for answers. And two museums in Venice did that for all four of us. The Fortuny Museum and the Jewish Museum in the Ghetto. The Fortuny was just provoking in a wonderful way, but also...