words and pics about living and raising a child in Venice
do you actually know the tailor/cleaner who accepts the cleaning through the window just down to the right? He has a nice shelf of free books inside the door - you probably know that of course. Lots of big flotsam from the alta on the fondamente today - a great branch washed up ...
I didn't know about that tailor, Mary. I've never actually stepped foot on that bridge. Lately when I pass it I'm reminded that it's the bridge that Katharine Hepburn & her lover cross over in Summertime before a night of fireworks, both literal and romantic. They are shown entering the door to the left of the bridge.
Any idea why it's called the bridge of nails, Steven?
I'm sorry for the very late reply, Andrew, but I don't--even after the long delay!