Hotel Carlton Capri
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... papacy. (Mary, don't worry, "O Virgin Blest" was going through my mind yesterday and I even got to explain to another traveller of the significance of St Catherine.) 10.30 We're on our way to Venice. I can hardly believe it! We pass lots of tobacco farms. Some are being harvested. Bob commented that they need a lot of tobacco because nearly everyone smokes! 11.45 Very mountainous travelling through the Apennines. 12.30 Lunch stop at Cesena. Lots ...
... brick then clad them in marble rather than just build them from marble like other cities had otherwise it would sink too fast. After the walking tour we had free time to try to get lost. The city is a maze, easy to get lost if you can't read. There are signs on almost every corner that point the way to st Marco square, the centre of the city. There are so many dead ends because the roads are water. It's ...
... off the whole point of a Crusade and never making it to ...
... Slovenia: -English speakers!! The must have put us together on purpose! -free breakfast! -good wifi, -clean! Safe area -just a really chill pretty hostel! -wonderful staff! Other then Italy... When I didn't stay in hostels my accommodations have been good!! That's for the American I met in Spain who didn't believe me that hostels actually existed! And when convinced of that, that they could be safe or clean and not full of ...
... pasta with squid and we shared a litre of house Pinot Grigio. We managed to find this restaurant again on Monday to have lunch, we thought it was so good, and well-priced, for Venice. The restaurant had a resident black cat that I was able to coax into my lap on Monday for a "kitty fix." (I have missed having kitties.) What a great city for cats, seafood everywhere and no cars.
After lunch, we wandered, shopped, napped and eventually had dinner at a hotel recommended ...