Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... with fancy furnishings, murano glass chandeliers and a gorgeous view if a canal. Quite often gondolas headed down the canal and then we were quite often treated to some singing as well. New day, new plan. Yeah right, today was all about exploring, shopping and getting lost. We had tackled the bottom of venice, so we now made our way along the north eastern side if venice. The fact that the streets were covered in shops made the walking a lot easier. A few ...
... amazing around every corner.
On the Saturday night Cristina and I headed over to the mainland to celebrate a friend of hers birthday. I can't really begin to describe what fun it was, even with me not knowing a word of Italian and understanding about 5 percent of all conversations.
We started with cocktails and snacks at a small, trendy bar, where girls were boxing in a ring just outside on the street. (still not sure why), and ...
... care or some way to prevent the luggage guys from throwing this bag. This is when I decided I no longer like Venice Airport. Apparently there is no such thing in any airline in the world “Madam”. You are responsible for the contents of your bag. I tried to explain that I was not trying to hold them responsible but there was ceramic and glass in this bag (AND YOU KNEW WE COULDN”T TAKE IT THROUGH!!!) so if there was some way to ...
Getting here was well wiorth it! The weather is absolutely perfect. No humidity and mild temperatures. The scenery and ambiance even more so. The hotel is steps off of St Mark's Square which is one of the busiest places in Venice. There are street vendors, great retail shops and restaurants all along the canal and the square. There are places you can sit and have a drink inside St Mark's Square among ...
... Perfect, to soak in, no strong under-currents!
The people here are very friendly, in spite of having to put up with the tourists. The pizzas here are very delicious, nothing like what we eat back home. Surprisingly there are more vegetarian pizzas on the menu than meat. And the gelatos are delicious and cheap!
Today we head to the island of Murano, famous for its centuries old art of glass making.We plan to follow with another trip to the beach!