Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Carlton Capri Venice
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... Grand Canal headed back to Piazza San Marco - a lot different to this morning - people everywhere!!! Music playing but if you wanted a drink at any of the cafes it was €6 per person before you ordered anything! Back to the hotel for a rest before dinner at a lovely little ristorante around the corner where I had amazing pasta and Greg had fish (thanks Sylvia for the recommendation). Fabulous ...
... the Accademia Bridge over the Grand Canal, B4 can only say “No,” so many times before succumbing. Selfie photographers congregate at Piazza San Marco but we find more interesting sites at random spots along the canals where green grocers set up shop and appliance delivery crews drop off dishwashers for the locals.
Lunch is a Margarita Pizza and a glass of Chianti. The Fitbits we both wear register well over 10,000 ...
... problem was that somebody tried to charge $1300 on Mikes card at Bed Bath and Beyond in houston. WTF. Mike spent over an hour on the phone waiting for a resolution while I hovered in an ally waiting to buy another bottle of wine. The end result wasn't optimal but it was the only option we have.
We managed to withdraw some money and eat at a small hole in the wall where the pizza was amazing. At the end of the day, it was perfect because we have each other and thats all we need.
... both looking forward to a real bed in Venice to catch up on some real sleep.
About half an hour from landing in Venice, we noticed snow on some mountain tops. We think these are the mountains in Innsbruck Austria.
Arrived in Venice airport on time.
All our luggage made the trip too.
We purchased water taxi tickets to get us to the main island where our hotel ...
... tourists. We wandered into the church and had time to look around before realising that the man shaking the large bunch of keys was announcing closing time. Perfect - it was meant to close at 12, we arrived at 12.05 and luckily for us, he was closing with Italian precision at 12.23! We then walked up to the Punte Dogana for the stunning view back to St Marks and the Doges Palace, and then, after a picnic lunch with a view ...