Two weeks without telephones, computers, or e-mail. Lucky for me, there were plenty of other distractions.
The Museum of Erotic Arts in Venice is one block off Piazza San Marco. The four-storey building features many ink drawings, pictures, photographs, and art. Most of it did nothing for me, but the SO quite liked a series of modern photos of women in Venetian Carnival garb by Alexander Dupouy. I felt that the two best pieces were in the lobby, before the ticket counter. They were glass goblets with incredibly detailed 4-inch high figurines in S&M garb. Dominique Regnier's sculptures invited me with "Please DO Touch" signs, and it was wonderful to run my hands over the cool stone.
Worth the visit, and the entrance fee included a glass of wine.