Grand Hotel Paestum Tenuta Lupo'
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... you are born a boy calf. At that point you will end up at the leather store and as tasty veal on someone's dinner plate.
After the farm, Francesco drove us to the ancient Greek temples of Paestum. This was a serene and peaceful place filled with magnificent history in a meadow of wildflowers and olive trees. It was almost more magical than I could comprehend when I saw a pair of doves on the branch of an olive tree. ...
... once we reached the coast and turned south. The radio stations here only play around 7 American songs, and I'm getting kind of sick of them to be honest. I'd love a classic rock station or the cord to connect my ipod. Oh well, I'll remember for next time. The modern city surrounding Pompeii (as well as the towns leading up to it) actually felt quite a bit like some of the poorer parts of Mexico, with tin roofs and painted cinderblock walls. We ...
... think are sardines with heads intact, being eaten whole. While waiting, I watch the cook do everything fresh to order, from chopping, battering, frying, and seasoning. Our second cup is just as good, the pumpkin flower stuffed with some soft cheese. Time to work off some food we walk uphill along the main street which is the only one that cars are allowed on and only during certain hours. We leave the touristy part of the lane and walk through ...
We guess you were praying for us not to go to Sorrento by bus
because we didn't go. At breakfast this morning it was apparent
that our enthusiasm for a 45-minute bus trip to Sorrento had waned for various
reasons. We returned to the room and Cheryl went back to bed. Leslie
and Jean hung a Do Not Disturb (Per Favore Non Disturbare) sign on
her door and went out for a walk. As they ...
... the museum, we spent a couple of hours exploring the ruins. If you are not aware of Paestum, it was a Greek colony called Poseidonia, founded about 550BC. During what is known as the Archaic period of Greece, the citi states founded large numbers of colonies throughout the Mediterranean and Black Sea basins. These colonies supported the maturing Greek economy by supplying key resources so that the Greek poleis ...