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Upon our arrival in Salerno we were surprised to hear our name being called out. Just like in the movies, there was our proprietor seeking us out to make sure that we found his B&B. He is a youngish kid just starting up business so takes extra good care of his clients. His English was quite good so we learned about the politics of southern Italy, ...
Camping Athena near Paestum south of Salerno Vernedi Ottobre 24th 2013
We are in relaxed mode. After Venice, Tuscany, Rome, Naples and the Amalfi coast in just over a week, we have found paradise, a campsite with its own private beach on the Mediterraneo. All three of us agree, now is the time to visit Southern Italy. The stifling heat and crowds have long gone but it is still warm and sunny. It is wonderful, we scuff along the sandy beach, ...
... to stop staring at the temples long enough to look at them. It was absolutely beautiful - I loved it. We also had a tour of the Museum, which houses most of the items that the archeologists have excavated from the site, including a number of painted tomb pieces (they would paint the inside of the crypt before they buried someone). After the tour, we had fabulous lunch right next door - definitely our best meal yet! We shared three ...
The Amalfi coast is dramatic and quite breathtaking.
The sun was hot but the haze in the air made for thick air. For the first time on this trip my lungs felt a little tight. My allergy boogieman to came to life as well….hmmm…..note to self…..Amalfi coast is not allergy friendly for me. Oh well, it could be worse.
On the tender with us this morning was Miss B, the ...
... blurted out all those years ago, things went well, we made it off the coast easy, managed to stick with the traffic at 130 Km/h and even find our way to Herculaneum, problem is we rocked up at about 1502 and the site's last entry is 1500, we did try and sneak in but alas we were seen and told we had to come back tommorrow :( Not to mind, we got an awesome espresso from one of the stalls close by and a good chat with the bloke that ran it.
Next was a run up Vesuvius, ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility