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After a slow start on Sunday - I missed breakfast due to jetlag issues - we decided to get on the train and go to the ancient Greek temples at Paestum.
But our tummies did not agree, so instead we took a short walk around Salerno to their main church, or Duomo. It's not as fancy as the ones we've seen in Florence, or Siena, or Rome, but it was venerable, aged and weathered. The bell tower started ringing the call to mass as ...
... style and looks rather menacing, as you can imagine. He has declared himself head of the Hereford branch of "The Taffia". A little misguided, perhaps, since he is under the misapprehension that if he looks hard and is a "Taffia Don", the Sicilian brothers will be impressed and leave him alone. Unfortunately, the tough image diminishes somewhat when he dons the yellow sunglasses. I have misgivings about Signor's strategy. My anxiety heightens when I'm offered a new ...
... through much traffic and more winding roads. Ate some dinner at a local restaurant. Kids had pasta. Richard bought some beer to relax on porch overlooking our grade view! Our car once again had a tough time making the sharp turn into the drive. A lot of cussing as I thinks we hit the front bumper - ...
What happens when two buses meet on a narrow winding road only wide enough for one? The bus going down has to reverse back down the hill to a spot where the other bus can pass. This is a common scene, where you will see a bus and all the cars behind them slowly inching back till there is room to pass. Definitely an experience that is so linked with this area, and one not to be missed.
Every town has a mechanic shop, I think they are ...
... is still amazing that the buildings are standing considering how many other buildings throughout the countryside were recycled to make other stuff, and these buildings represent the proverbial "them" (Greek vice Roman). We spent the afternoon looking at everything and got the reminder we were not in the US as we left. A small shop across the street held a group of reproduction Greek urns on ...