CANCER (June 21-July 22): "Venice is to the man-made world what the Grand Canyon is to the natural one," travel writer Thomas Swick wrote in an article praising the Italian city's awe-inciting beauty. "When I went to Venice," French novelist Marcel Proust testified, "my dream became my address." American author Truman Capote chimed in that "Venice is like eating an entire box of chocolate liqueurs at one go." Even if you don't make a pilgrimage to Venice, you'll soon have the chance, metaphorically speaking, to consume a whole box of chocolate liqueurs at one go. Take your sweet time. Nibble slowly. Assume each bite has a distinct new epiphany.