B&B Tempa del Niglio
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- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... the corner from our hotel. I didn't feel hungry but we thought we should at least walk there and see what it was like. The food was brilliant and they cooked all the meat on a huge open fire in the main part of the restaurant. The boys had pasta and Geoff and I had a lovely grilled pork chop and sausage patty which sounds awful but was really good. Afterwards we walked home, it was late, almost 11pm and after a bit of reading hit the sack for a long ...
... across Craco, a medium sized township with quite a history that was abandoned in 1963 by the residents due to numerous landslides making it unliveable. Due to the dangerous nature, we were unable to go inside, but it was definitely worth the 10 mins of driving down a very dilapidated road to see!
From there on, we slowly wound our way toward Grumentum where we had expected to camp, but on arrival the site was quite old and didn't seem ...
... A great night of food and chat. I also got to impress people with my plant knowledge as several Queen of the Night succulents were opening around the outside dining area and no one knew what they were...WHAT LUCK as I grow them at home!
We have just returned to the room and as I type this Bruce has gone to have his shower. Unfortunately he moved the assorted towels on the bed and asked which was what at ...
... and plants. We past by were some of the James Bonds action had been filmed while crossing the lake. We had lunch across the lake from the town Como. Then we had a walk around before heading back on the boat to do a little bit of shopping. We had planned to go to the Silk Museum while we were there but it was a Monday and everything is closed on Mondays here. Not that we would have had time to fit it in as the boat trip took 50 minutes each way. By for now from ...
... Today is a trip on the lake, as the ferries chuff past our bedroom windows constantly.
Wendy, I will answer your lovely news email separately in case this blog gets stuck in cyberspace.
Mostly my phone is not working now at all except for photos, so if anyone is texting me, sorry, I can't reply. However, we are able to get emails so I can check them when we get connection.
Love to you all
Maureen Murdoch and Lauren