and move your things to a water taxi.
Easy enough for the band and crew, but getting all our equipment to the theater by boat will be really interesting.
For me, as soon as we arrive, a trip to Piazza San Marco for some photos.
And, a glorius sky to accompany our visit here - it’s a full moon that will be eclipsed tomorrow, presenting a blood moon, alas, during our show.
And Mars is at it’s closest point to earth, so I can even see it in my photos.
Late night, when most of the tourists have left, the views are very special.
We’ve all seen this vista before – I guess artists have been painting it for hundreds of years.
(But mine has Mars hovering in the center!)
Next day, the short walk to the venue presents sights like this:
We’re playing at Teatro la Fenice – named the Pheonix because it’s burnt down a number of times and been rebuilt – rising figuratively from the ashes.
I take the wrong entrance, jump in an elevator and find myself in the top tiers of the theater… what a view!
Okay, not ready with my other pictures yet - I’ll continue the Venice diary with another page.