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TravelPod Member ReviewsAntico Capon Venice
Nothing special but good location and decent prices with reliable wifi
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... anything as I didn’t know where to start and we didn’t have very long. There was also a Ferrari to rent out the front Pete was devastated he didn’t have enough time for this Then back on the bus for a 3-hour drive until our next stop during this time we had crossed the border into Italy. Our stop was an outlet shopping centre which was massive and had everything you could think of although our main priority was food at this ...
... it so interesting that when we thought of home now, it wasn’t the U.S., but our apartment back in Milano!). One thing I do admire about Italy is how much English they understand and can speak...and I am very thankful that I have encountered very kind people who are patient enough to give me directions... ;-)
Now we await our next adventure this upcoming weekend to the city of Parma (home of Parmesan ...
... other entertainment. Riding to the top of the bell tower in St. Marks square gave us a wonderful view of the sunset across the rooftops. We had hoped to be deafened by the bells on the hour, but unfortunately we picked the wrong hour :_(
Next door, St. Mark's Basilica is an extraordinary architectural mess incorporating the three aisles of a basilica, a confused array of mismatched columns on the facade, and beautiful domes and mosaics typical ...
... for breakfast at 8.30 and made our way to the Lido deck (‘aft’) for the last time – then made our way back to the staterooms to do our final bits & pieces before disembarking at 9.45am. (did i mention....i dont want to leave!!)
That’s when all the fun started …from the tranquillity of life on-board an ocean liner to the hectic pace of tourists in the middle of Venice in less than an hour. Blah!!!! The walk to the Train station ...
... was desperate for foxy gondola dude...instead we got the 65 year old guy who looks like Barry Alvarez. Still...an awesome experience.
Hung out in St. Mark's Square and saw an outdoor service of some kind.
Ate an early meal along the Adriatic and watched the masses load and unload from the cruise ships.
Ate a second meal (with more wine) at...Al Do Mati!