Hotel Minerva & Nettuno
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... along three kids and laundry for five! After a few missteps, we made our way there and figured out the machines which luckily had English instructions. There were two large and empty machines, thank goodness, as we began by loading the small machines and we would have used five of them!! Each large machine cost 10 Euro, plus 1 Euro for soap and 16 Euro total for drying. Many of the clothes were still damp when we were done. But ...
... fallen asleep and done a few laps of Venice, not to mention Nicole was sitting opposite me, wearing shorts that left little to the imagination. Having done the only thing and therefore everything in Venice we returned to the campsite for a well deserved nap, my knee was three times its original size, I was beginning to think it was broken, sleep would surely fix it right?
Sleep did not cure my knee but it did cure just about everything else. Last night's success by ...
... so hopefully they bed will be comfy. We don't have to checkout until noon, so well just go straight to the boat and that's when the relaxing really begins.
PS. Im down in the lobby of the hotel, wonder what the chances of Ray being awake are when I go back........no chance , i reckon!
We got up this morning after a great night of sleep. Breakfast doesn't start here until 8:30, so we took our time. We planned to visit two other islands, Murano and Burano, but stopped at the markets on the way to the bus stop. The busses, called vaporreto, are actually ferry boats that follow a route through the canals of the city. We walked slowly through market stalls, admiring the fruit and vegetables, before stopping at the ...
... and his wife Nadia. As it is well and truly "the season" in Venice he didn't have much time, but we enjoyed a coffee and hatched a fledging plan to join them for a walk on the Camino de Santiago de Compostella in a few years time.
Then we were back on the train to Padua for the night, watched over by "la luna"