Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Volo, the best hole-in-the-wall pizza shop.
Our park bench pizza stop stretched into a languorous hour of people watching, an outdoor grand pianist on one side and a traveling band of Prosecco-toting university students on the other. We're not sure exactly what was happening but think it must have been some kind of initiation ritual. (This is the heart of the university student's Venice.) The object of all the attention was a handsome young man wearing a wreath of ...
... we had researched how much the taxis would cost - 65 euros!! A nice man from another hotel waiting out the front for his guests told us to go back the the newsagent and buy 7 euro each ken way tickets and then go to the right to use the ramp to the water bus. Much easy than what everyone else was doing which was dragging their bags down the stairs and paying 20 Euro for a day pass. Lucky we ran into the nice ...
... Judy and Richard were in a room with an original marble bathroom. It was gorgeous. Beds were massive, even bigger than King size.
We did a walk from the Hotel to St Mark's Square (about an hour) through all the little back alleys. It was funny not having cars trying to run you over. Lots of beautiful Murano Glass and Leather ...
... and green olive. At the 'Marchine Time' the Veneziano Spritz were served with complimentary savoury cheese pastries.
But the Veneziano Spritz was not enough for Video Girl, as she pawed her way along the long glass cake cabinet, eventually stopping and hovering over a large tray she exclaimed, "Cannoli!"
"Would Seņora like a vanilla or chocolate cannolo?", asked the shop attendant. Still hovering over the large tray Video Girl examined ...
... in front of the Mona Lisa) we would brave the crowds and finish up our sight seeing journey of Venice.
Despite the fact it was crawling with people, Piazza San Marco was beautiful. The stunning displays of architecture, combined with string bands accompanied by piano playing at the restaurants, made it a sensory delight. St Marks Basilica is the head piece of the piazza, and deservedly so. It is an ...