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Wayne Pounds <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 14 Jul 1998 13:34:11 +0900
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Hi Alex
I'm interested in your detailed knowledge of ep sites in Venice. I will take your letter with me when I go
there in late August of this year. Would you also happen to know anything about Brunnenburg Castle? I want
to visit the archive there, but so far, even using this list, I have been unable to find anyone who knows
precisely where the castle is located or whom to contact about a visit. Perhaps you could help me?
Thanks in advance.
Alexander Schmitz wrote:
> Hi, Tammaro,
>   EP & Olga lived at the Calle Querini. Unfortunately I forget the number of the house, but you
> cdn't miss it anyway. If you go there get a map of Venice and choose the Calle Querini close to La
> Salute, the beautiful, white landmark church you wdn't miss either.. Just take a vaporetto to La
> Salute, get off there, and ask the short way to the Calle Querini which, BTW, might lead you past
> the Pensione Chi Chi where EP used to have his meals very often. The Chi Chi is just round the
> corner. The Calle is a small and short street, and if I recall it right the house must be the 3rd or 4th
> on the right. And then take the 5 to San Michele and see EP's grave with Guy Davenports design
> of the letters on the small stone.
> .