Casa De Nigris
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- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
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TripAdvisor Reviews Casa De Nigris Teggiano
Travel Blogs from Teggiano
... Vicki likened the hotel to a motel on Nepean highway in rosebud. Not far wrong. Even though the beach was a fair walk in the heat I took off back to the beach for a lovely swim while the others rested in air con when it got started again. Strangely my room was again the far better one with a view and working air con as it has been the entire trip. Normally they always win out. Maybe the Camino positivity is following ...
... the road later on in the day, and not under foot in the countryside. Suffice to say we ended up climbing a mountain which we then had to climb up and down and round and back ...but Gilles was happy as we saw the museum Francis Copella is making in this town. Finally got directions from the local priest who took awhile to tell us, spoke English but very bad stammer....only tried a few times to offer the correct word, ...
... to stay at Lago where the beautiful sand beach and clear water tempted us after coffee and swim or keep going to our destination. Made the wrong decision but heh this is still not a bad place to spend the day. Have ended up typical Italian style in great old town of Santa Maria de Castellabate in a beach club inclusive of umbrellas, lounges and pleasant lunch. And yes it is very hot! (Sorry to rub that in to those in southern states of ...
... hightailed it out as Mass was beginning, picked up our things at the B&B, and took the 1:00 train to Paestum. (Note: pronunciation of this name was a pickle complicated by our Italian surroundings. Postum? Pastum? Vote here and we'll pick a winner.) This train was a regionale, not as fancy as the high speed but quick and efficient.
At the Paestum station, you get off the train and walk about 15 minutes down a long ...
... guide, not to mention conscientious driver. The rain was falling as we made the drive, but ceased the moment we arrived at the farm. Our guide, Stefania, was knowledgeable and friendly and seemed to take a lot of pride in the operation. The farm has been a family business for three generations and people come from many miles to purchase the cheese, yogurt and leather products. There are 300 momma buffalo and eight ...