Grand Hotel Osman
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... on the train with to Pompeii. They were even more irritated with the motorcyclists than we. Needless to say (did we say that correctly Baby Bird) we elected to return by a different route.
Okay now for a bit about Paestum. This place was founded as a Greek colony in the early sixth century BC. Yep, that is a long time ago. Most of it is rubble, but the columns of the Temples remain, and remember these temples had ...
OCD (2nd ed.): "coastal town of Lucania famous for its roses, pottery, well-preserved walls and Doric temples." I love it for this description alone, since this academic reference book rarely "stops to smell the roses". Recollecting references in art and archaeology books, I realize I am fulfilling another lifelong desire going here.
The roses, I found out, were used for ...
A prospect of four trains today was reduced to three as we had negotiated with Katia for her father to kindly give us a lift to Martina Franca instead of the proposed train as our connection was incredibly tight and we couldn't afford to miss our ongoing train to Taranto. From there, another train to Salerno where we then pick up a final train to Taormina. The whole journey would last the whole day and it was all about timings. I had enjoyed our time ...
Claire and I left Evelyn behind and started off our day with a four hour high speed train ride to Milan. We made it to Malpensa Airport in the early afternoon, where we decided on renting a manual car for our trip to Lake Como the next day - I hadn't driven a manual car in over 6 years so knew I’d be in for an adventure (thank god for full coverage). We then settled into a nice hotel a few km from the airport in the late afternoon ...
... it go long enough to take some photos. Quite dangerous to drive our Beast on this narrow road with crazy Italian drivers as there is NOWHERE to go and some of the road looks like its giving way. We got to Positano and its a town that is perched on cliffs and looks gorgeous, and that was it! We were turned back much to our disgust. Motorhomes were only allowed to drive through between midnight and 6am so we had to turn around and head ...