Grand Hotel Osman
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... to chose from, all home made jams etc. pleased we are staying two nights! Leaving the beautiful village of Rocca Cilento for a circular walk up and down some mountains in a walk specified to take 4 hours. Smarty pants that we are....no probs after the easy day yesterday and wondered how would we fill the day in after arriving back here at midday. Maybe another walk? Things did not go quite as planned!!! Ta da 7 hours ...
... con and enjoyed a peaceful coffee. We then went for a stroll to this world heritage sight. Absolutely blown away by the condition of the greek temples, apparently the best known temples preserved in the world, and also vases and friezes in the museum from around 500 BC. So much history for this seaside area. The interesting part was their house plans were of very similar design as to the houses of today. Now 7pm with no lunch, about to have a 3 ...
... affectionately calls this "ferry swinging." We had walked to the kayaking place a few days before so we knew it was located on the east side of the peninsula. Before we knew it we had received our brief European-style safety lesson and were in the water paddling away. Our friend Kit comically connected a rope to her sister and brother-in-laws double kayak and parasitized them for the duration of the paddle. She did paddle the whole ...
... and doors had old fashioned and heavy latches that we would batten down prior to leaving every day. There was crown molding everywhere. The main sitting room downstairs had a fresco of a partially nude woman in the sky surrounded by flying cherub figures. I'd never stayed anywhere like it. The cons? There was no AC or fans. Oh, did I mention there's a heat wave. There were no concrete plans for the day so we did some research and booked a few boats ...
... Il Caminetto and cooking class professor. We jumped into his eight passenger van and headed north to the restaurant. The roads in this area are all pretty narrow with stunning views. We passed through a long tunnel that cut through the mountain and turned off (three point mind you) onto a impossibly narrow road that wound up the mountain in a series of switchbacks that made everyone's eyes widen. Moreno didn't seemed worried and waved to the people ...