Hotel Carlton Capri
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We arrived at Venice after a 4 hour drive.
Venice is where Riley is having his birthday.
I think Venice is an awesome place to have a birthday.
Dad drove us to Venice the island first.
We were just looking to see how far we could drive onto it. Not far.
It looks awesome.
The next day we caught a bus to Venice the island. (Every time I saw Venice now I ...
... on a canal. We were also surrounded by glittering Christmas lights that had not yet been pulled down but first things were food followed by an early night. So our first full day involved checking out sights and getting lost. We soon realised this would be the norm for the next couple of days. First of all we took a gondola ride. We arrived unsure whether to take one or not, we had heard they were quite expensive but it is synonymous with venice. So while a little pricey ...
... and rude to deal with at the end of a long day.
Our final port this week was Split, Croatia on Friday. A day doing our own thing !
Went ashore and skirted the harbour until we reached Diocletian's Palace, which is full of and surrounded by shops. Within the palace was the Cathedral of St Domnius, consisting of church, baptistry, treasury, crypt and bell tower, the latter of which afforded fabulous ...
... seen throughout the ship anytime, day or night.
Another favourite of mine is that YOU make a cruise what it is. As long as the cabin is clean and the staff are cheerful you shouldn’t let any other inconveniences come between you and a fantastic time. I am now firmly of the opinion that although consciously you may not let other ‘issues’ affect your holiday, subconsciously the weather and cancellation of ports are important factors that ...
... and then up and over again. I told John that I was getting fatter on this trip and I think he was trying to give me some extra cardio time.
After our fill of the bridge we started walking toward St. Mark's Basillica. Easy right? Not without a map. We figured out after more than a few minutes of walking that we were indeed on the wrong course. John looked up at the sky and determined that we would be heading the correct way if we kept the ...