Travel Blogs from Capri
... to Venice. It's about 2 hrs but we're camping on the spit opposite called Lido Di Jesolo. The sat nav lady & Paul fell out in the way and so the journey took closer to 3 hrs! I was driving, they were arguing and it all got a bit stressy! Anyhow once we got back on the motorway (that P insisted we didn't need to take - you pay, you see, and he is tight!) we made it to the site we'd hoped for. This place ...
... visiting Venice for the day. We went straight to the bus station & as we went over the footbridge a guy insisted in carrying my case over & charged me €5 but I just gave him what loose change I had. Dave got tickets for the shuttle bus & we didn't have to wait long before a bus arrived we were very early but we went ...
... by 4. Sigh. Nate kept looking at the bright side for me - it was an overcast day so it wasn't blazing hot, we're basically spending all day on the water with a nice breeze, we're resting our legs...but it still felt wasted to me. At 4 we finally arrived in Lido to go to the beach. We went to the free public beach rather than a hotel's private one. They still had umbrella chairs you could rent (2 for 25 euro) and we noticed the sand and sea were the only free ...
... the train at Vecenzia which would have saved us time
and an extra 100km of driving) We didn’t get back to Asiago until 12.30am,
after driving through a heavy thunderstorm. So it was a long day – I was
overtired and couldn’t get to sleep despite the comfy bed that Laura had made
up while I was gone. I think she enjoyed her quiet evening in by herself even
though it was a little eerie in this big hotel with hardly any other guests
... had a
bad run and came 11th - wore
the wrong shoes and keep sliding around.
We headed back down the mountain where Greta and I cooked
roast chicken for dinner and I made blueberry muffins for desert (actually
blueberry cake because we had no muffin trays!) Everyone enjoyed the fact that
we had an oven and could cook an ordinary meal that wasn’t pasta or pizza.