Grand Hotel Osman
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Beautiful campsite on the beach chilling for five days after a busy couple of weeks in Rome and Napoli... Just had a lovely morning with Linda and Patrick from Belguim, nice people... The Drone has been back in the air showing the coastline we are now on just past The Amalfi Coast, next stop Sicily just the 6hr drive to get down ...
... fish and green beans. The highlight of all the meals though, was of course the cute waiter. Our conversation was limited (having established a previous night that he did not speak English) but we were able to get that his name is Igor and he is from the Ukraine. By 3 we made our goodbyes to Igor and got back on the buses for our lengthy ride back to campus. We got back around 7pm and had dinner around ...
Who needs sleep? We were up and at em this morning by 7, ready for the day. Breakfast then onto the buses to get to Salerno. From Salerno we took a boat ride up the Amalfi Coast to Amalfi. There we docked and walked to the church of St. Andrew. This is a beautiful church on a mountain on the coast. The stunning church was in a piazza from which stemmed various streets selling gelato, souvenirs, and clothes. ...
... way we did a spot of shopping for the boys at Benetton and then a bit for us at Coin again, before heading into the Duomo for a look around. It's another very big church and it was a bit different because someone was practicing on the enormous organ and the music through the church gave it quite a different feel. Continuing on towards the waterfront we had a little stroll along the waters edge and the boys had a play on the playground to blow off ...
... across Craco, a medium sized township with quite a history that was abandoned in 1963 by the residents due to numerous landslides making it unliveable. Due to the dangerous nature, we were unable to go inside, but it was definitely worth the 10 mins of driving down a very dilapidated road to see!
From there on, we slowly wound our way toward Grumentum where we had expected to camp, but on arrival the site was quite old and didn't seem ...