Albergo La Collina
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... room. So all we had to do was go into the hotel (which is an outstanding 5 star place on the escarpment) and through to the wonderfully positioned hotel terrazzo where John and Sue were waiting. After a couple of months travelling and living on our own it was great to meet up and share stories of our respective trips. It was Sue's birthday so there was a double cause for celebration. Lunch on the terrazzo with views to the coast, and then a ...
... well, perhaps another day.
Just north of Paestum, we came across Cilento and our first outlet village. This one is fairly new and a number of names had yet to arrive. However, it gave us a taste of what to expect next week closer to Rome. They have all of the mid-lower top end brands and offer most of the lines at a discounted price. Not quite as good as you might get in sales but still some very reasonable deals. There ...
... to the Salerno station, stopped just short of the platform. He then opened the doors on the track (since the tracks were full at the platforms) and guided me across three tracks and up to the platform and told me to go to 1 for the train to Napoli. I was back to square one. I read the train schedules and realized there are 7 different "platforms" all with their own numbered tracks. So I was on platform 1 and the next train to Napoli departed from Track 3. Finally, on the way to Napoli ...
Wow! a headache for Paul and a matching one for me! Knowing we only had this one day, to get to Castelgrande, however, we just had to bite the bullet and go. The walk to the car wasn't too bad, but I dreaded going back to the rental car place with broken GPS in hand. We weren't exactly sure how to get the rental car place since I had only walked there once before, and we soon discovered that some of the streets in Sorrento are meant ...
... The customs guy was a young officious looking dude with movie star good looks (not that Kerrie noticed) who could have made life difficult for us. So Greg, ever the diplomat, said to him with a winning smile when he was checking our passports; "Valentino ROSSI - uno numero). The customs man looked curiously at us and waved us through - either not understanding Greg's attempt at international diplomacy, or more likely as ...