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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntico Capon Venice
Nothing special but good location and decent prices with reliable wifi
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Rialto - crowded and hot - gelato please !
The Vaporetto was jam packed - all of them were actually. Anyone would have thought there were half a dozen ships in. We managed to get on a Vaporetto bound for Rialto and stood jammed in like sardines with Doug snapping a few photos along the way. Because of the crowds, it was hard to disembark and get a safe footing on the footpath but somehow we managed it. The crowds were definitely out ...
... from the oven too - yum. Our main plan for the day was to visit the sights on St. Mark's Square. We thought we got an early start, arriving before the basilica opened, but the square was already packed. Luckily the lines moved quickly and we were visiting St. Mark's Basilica shortly. What's most striking about the basilica is its mix of different architectural and design styles. There's Greek, Roman, French, and Byzantine. The ...
... have been trained though because they didn't land on our table. I had the best pizza ever and we are not even near Naples. Bev had a bronzino fish which "was amazing" (direct quote). Dad had yummy prosciutto and melon and a sandwich which I have no idea what was in it except for mozzarella which was apparently really good. We are probably going to go exploring in a little bit.
... Besides the typical shops selling masks, glass jewellery and high-end fashion, there were also unique vendors, such as a little shop selling early edition books (in case you’re wondering, first edition of For Whom the Bell Tolls, signed by Hemingway, sells for a cool 3800 euro).
The highlight of the day was our gondola ride through San Marco. I can’t say that it’s this grand romantic experience that it’s made out it to ...
... the outside world before being killed) and boarded our gondolas with a bottle of bubbly in hand.
I dont know how we managed this but we ended up with the drunks; Candie being one of them.
This kind of blew the whole romantic scene of riding around the canals on a gondola.
None the less it was still fun with all of us making up our own words to Thats Amore.
Our gondola driver wasnt so nice, he refused to sing, blamed it on a croaky voice due to ...