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Travel Blogs from Paestum
... a handful of years ago so she is excited to see it again. The skies are blue, so I'm pretty sure my pixs will look like I photoshopped them but I won't need to. We were greeted from the water by the tower of the Cathedral of Amalfi. The Crypt is the resting place for the head and bones of Saint Andrew, Jesus' first disciple. There aren't any other heavy tourist traps here just the city itself. It's lined with shops, shops, and more shops. We did our best to stimulate ...
... to the beach was lined with shops, Bev and Linda were in and out of these little shops, nothing better than shopping therapy. We stopped at
a little cafe covered in a vine half way down for coffee very pleasant. Down onto the beach and we found a restaurant called La Pergola on the beachfront and Bev and Linda decided to have a cocktail while the boys went swimming. The Bellini cocktails came with olives ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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