Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carlton Capri Venice
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... for my receipt which for some reason I'd actually kept so she ultimately figured everything out and we were okay but Hilary and I decided that's the last time we're buying tickets in advance for Venice's public transport. Once we got off in San Marco, Nate made a beeline for the souvenir stand which was selling soccer jerseys. He immediately grabbed the Van Persie jersey only to turn it around and say "hey this is a fake!" He then went through ...
... composition-fill-color: rgba(130, 98, 83, 0.0980392);">Lastly, we passed the La Salute Church - architecture is a mixture of a Synagogue and Catholic Church due to the designer (youngest ever) who was commissioned to design it. It's so intricate and lovely. Suddenly an hour had passed and the tour concluded. I wanted more!! What a lovely way to finish the afternoon. Finally we headed back to the hotel for a short rest. Not me. I had to go for a little retail Shpatz - ...
... was actually rather easy. We reached the Rialto Bridge - the most famous and oldest bridge of Venice. Sadly there are lots of construction/renovation works taking place in the area, so all the surrounding buildings were covered in scaffolding and cranes. Bit of a shame. But the view from the bridge was pretty, the sun, still low barely reaching above the old shutter-clad buildings. The river was a flurry of activity; gondola men getting their boats ready for a day ...
... city authorities opened the gates to Napoleon, who, in turn, handed the city over to the Austrians. In 1866, Venice was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy.
Anyway, we arrived at our water stop and our host Gian met us and took us to his apartment. Along the way he showed us restaurants and shops that might be handy for us. We then went and dropped us bags and got ourselves sorted for the next few days.
After a bit of a rest we headed into Piazza San Marco. ...
Up a little later to-day after a pretty rough nights sleep. Our bed was so big the sheets barely covered the matttress. Consequently we were sleeping on the mattress itself for half the night and because we were on the main route to the people mover area travellers were hauling their suitcases over the cobblestones and the Italians sure know how to party late into the night. Noise level would have been lesser if I didn't have ...