The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 21

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The Innocents Abroad - Chapter 21
The Pretty Lago di Lecco--A Carriage Drive in the Country--Astonishing Sociability in a Coachman--Sleepy Land--Bloody Shrines--The Heart and Home of Priestcraft--A Thrilling Mediaeval Romance--The Birthplace of Harlequin--Approaching Venice
 
 

Twain travels from Lake Como to Venice. Along the way he hears the Legend of Count Luigi and his evil brother Leonardo. This is a live recording converted into a slide show with the open source program Imagination.

 

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Submitted by scott on

20 July SLC and companions traveled by steamer from Bellagio to Leco, departing Lecco by carriage, 1:00 p.m., for Bergamo, where they caught the train, passing through Brescia, Verona, Vicenza, and Padua, and arriving in Venice, 8:00 p.m.