Hotel Capo Est

Address: Via C. Colombo, 170, Sottomarina, Veneto, 30019, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via C. Colombo, 170, Sottomarina.
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Travel Blogs from Sottomarina

Wifi wilderness in Le Marche

A travel blog entry by lynnib on Jun 16, 2014

8 photos

... as a pool, bar, restaurant, small shop and laundry in one main area. Our chosen pitch, whilst large by European standards and fairly flat, did not have much shade, but pitch we did in the sunshine. However, day by day the temperatures crept up to, we think, in excess of 35 degrees, so David resourcefully erected temporary canopies across windows and the front of the awning to give us more shade from the relentless sun. At one point, our encampment put me in mind of ...

Venice day 2

A travel blog entry by billyandnikki on Oct 01, 2013

21 photos

... previously said "no souveniers". We toiled over the right souvenier for Billy's mom, but found what we thought would be perfect. If she doesn't like it, Nikki will have no problem reclaimimg it. ;-). We also got our first taste of true Italian gelato. We chose dark chocolate. It did not disappoint. We trecked through the stone-paved alley ways and over the bridges checking out multiple shops and artists' wares, taking a ton of pictures as we went. At every corner there was ...

What A Day

A travel blog entry by cargal on Aug 09, 2013

1 comment, 30 photos

... Well I really wanted the ice cream, but if I got up I would lose my seat, so I got a cold drink.

This other guy came and sat in front of the table in front of me, and because there was just one of him she made him leave. She said the table was for 2 not 1, and for him to be on his way. I'm just pleased she didn't kick me out.

So if you ever meet an Italian, and they are rude and obnoxious don't take it personally its just who they are!
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Venice, Glass and Lace

A travel blog entry by leena_loxa on May 03, 2013

... half an hour on Burano which gives us enough time to walk a few streets and check out the coloured houses and winding streets where every other shop sells lace and knick knacks. When we return to the boat stop there is already a crowd waiting and once again it is a standing room only trip. At Murano we swap to another Vaporetto which runs express to the Grand Canal. This time we get a seat. Even though it is express it takes a long time as it navigates around the ...

First full day in Venice

A travel blog entry by lisa0904 on Sep 24, 2012

10 photos

... take Venice in and glide along the water through the canals. We all loved it. Afterwards, we ate at Rossopomodoro (it sounds fancy, but just means Red Tomato in Italian. Italians make everything sound cool.) A most excellent dining experience. Great food, ambiance, and conversation. For our final night in Venice, we wanted to head back to St. Mark's square to see the live orchestras. They did not disappoint! The weather was better than the night before ...