Hotel Capo Est
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... 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 ...
... to cover the remaining sights of Venice. we started with a visit to St. Giorgio island. The St.Giorgio Maggiore church is a Renaissance architectural masterpiece. From the bell tower (you have to pay 6 Euros per person) you can view the best panoramic views of Venice city. Truly breathtaking !!
Our next visit was to Rialto Bridge. I guess it is the most photographed site in Venice, judging by the number of tourists and the flashing cameras !! So, even we ...
... as flash as the last place. The air con unit took 15 minutes before blowing hot air, and the hot water was switched off and only fixed the next day.
We all met up at the bar/restaurant for a group dinner and
had beef lasagne which was pretty good (but not as good as mums). An amazing
lemon cake for dessert, which was so good I had to help out my friend and eat
We decided to have an early night and were sleeping by
... the table' and a 12% service charge. We now know to look at trip advisor reviews before going anywhere! Venice is beautiful, we walked through the narrow streets and crossed many canal bridges to San Polo for a beer while taking in the surroundings. There are a lot of tourists here but it's a very relaxed kind of tourism. I like it ...
We started the day at low tide- literally. As the day progressed the tide came in, the boardwalks /temporary plank walks were erected on top of the canal water creep and put to good use. Brave and intelligent souls wore gum boots and strolled through the incoming tide. Breakfast of mixed foccaccias coffee and tea, bella! A visit to St Marks Basillica - we were awed by the craftsmanship involved in creating this place of worship. Personally I reflect on what would have been ...