Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not have asked for better weather for our stay.
The Tower was a great platform for photography and orientation in Venice. Last time we were here it was under refurbishment and we not get up there.but it is ideal for looking over the rooftops and seeing the length and breadth Venice. Thoroughly recommended early in a visit to take full advantage of he views.
The gondola ride is of course de rigeur and we were fortunate to have a personable ...
... 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 ...
... us to the side and scream a short bust of imbalance. We're still not sure if he was just messing with us, especially considering he refused to answer our question of how many times he'd accidentally flipped gondola's over. Keep in mind, it was bloody freezing. Our fear of mere water was far from irrational, I assure you.
The rest of the day was spent wandering around the many twisted streets and across countless bridges getting 'lost'. We knew the ...
... off the island to our accommodation; as this is the only place where the bus was able to pick us up. We caught the 6:30 bus and were at the hostel in approximately 10min. The hostel was a camp ground called Jolly Camping. It is set out with cabins and tents like a caravan park and had a central hangout area which housed a bar and restaurant.
While checking in we met a friendly guy from Wollongong who introduced himself as Ben. It was bitterly cold and all three of us had ...
... so much fun exploring! We shrugged it off and headed back into the labyrinth. This time we were more careful and after some tricky zig zags through the alleys, we ended up at the Vapereta. (Water bus)
I ask a man near one of the boats and he instructs me to buy tickets at the main office because they are cheaper than buying on the boat, so we do as he says. Only 8€ round trip! After ...