I had only been there once when I was fourteen for a summer camp. I remember it was crowded and hot and the smell of the sea was so strong to be disturbing.
This time the view was completely different, cold and foggy, and the laguna looked sleepy and dreamy.
I didn't remember that Venice is a silent city since there are no cars on it. The only sound you can hear is the one of the waves created by the frequent Vaporettos that transport thousands of persons around in the Laguna along the Canal Grande.
The dreamy landscape was only interrupted by crowds of tourists, hundreds of gondolas in the channels, big continuous flows of people moving from one monument to the other.
Tourists were delighted instead.
Walking in Piazza San Marco with the big plastic moon boots and shooting photos was definitely an experience worth to share on Instagram or Facebook
I love visiting museums and I love contemporary art even if I am far from understanding it.
I just accept the fact that I am not an art expert or at least it will take time before I become it. In the meantime, I just enjoy it: I let it move me or amaze me or even amuse me sometimes.
It was nice to see you again...