Welcome to Venice, I the Tiny Hippo, will be your esteemed guide! Let us start a whirlwind tour of the churches of this ancient city!
This is the lovely church of Santa Maria dei Miiracoli, just after sunrise.
Here is the church of San Nicolò da Tolentino, my favorite part is the clothes line on the left.
San Trovaso has two identical facades. This was so that the two rival Venetian factions, the Nicolotti and Castellani, could each have their own entrance of equal importance. I wonder where the Tiny Hippos enter?
San Rocco is one of five plague churches in Venice. These votive churches were built as symbols of thanks for the city’s deliverance from plague epidemics.
What a fabulous hat that man has!
I hope you enjoyed this quick peek at some of the churches of Venice! See you next time for more adventures with your favorite Tiny Hippo!
Ferrara was a city full of fabulous cats.
This stunner was enjoying the view from the top of a car.
A gentleman kitty cat was enjoying a splash of afternoon sun.
We found this sleepyhead just waking up in the early morning.
Never has a cat looked so aloof while dozing on top of a car.
While this fellow looked like he was the bad boy of the block he was a charmer who all the locals knew and loved.
He would strut his stuff down the road…
and the strike a fabulous pose that would make the women swoon.