Hotel Carlton Capri
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- Continental Breakfast
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... backpackers with bikes. So we now have two 80L rucksacks and two bike bags, which we believe allows us to put our bikes on the trains, and even better, for free! But that pretty much took 6 hours of shopping to accomplish this, thanks to the French lunch break from 1-3:30pm. Yesterday we had our celebratory dinner for the completion of our ride at a restaurant called "Le Frog". No prizes for guessing what they might serve up! And it was scrumptious! Just like chicken, ...
... The name of the hotel was Hotel Ai Do Mori and they were very proficient in English, fantastic to email with and were only 85 euros per night (they also has free wifi and air conditioning).
One thing we have learned about hotels in Italy is that they require a credit card to reserve the room, but often you get a discount if you pay in cash (as this is the way for the majority of our hotels). The few disclaimers I would have in regards ...
... today. Rained a bit in the morning but the clouds broke up ...
... clogged with thousands of people (with umbrellas up). We got lost a couple of times and had to rely on GPS to get our bearings. When we finally got back to the apartment we were absolutely soaked. Luckily the apartment has a washer/dryer so we were able to dry our clothes. And the hair dryer and heated towel rails have almost done the trick in drying our shoes.
Jacopo sent me a text message to let me know that by around ...
... first place we flew to is Venice. It took all day to drive to Gatwick airport from Tewkesbury, then hop on a plane and fly to Venice, Italy. I'd never seen anything like it, the whole city is on water. We arrived at night but explored the next day. It was really fun to travel around in things called water taxis. Whenever you went to the markets they would be selling things actually on the boats on the ...