- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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After a very Italian breakfast in Cheuti we then headed back south to Pietrapertosa. Stopped for lunch at Melfi. Finding difficulty in ordering food, etc, as they do not accommodate for English speaking tourists - menus are only in Italian and most people in the south do not speak English - or very little. Visited the castle in Melfi and once ...
... through the valley that led to Sanza and then on to our final destination for the day. We arrived in Sala Consilina by 5 pm - not bad for a full day of driving. The daily adventure of finding our lodging amid the unmarked Italian roadways (although now somewhat more rural) was made only slightly more difficult by a labor rally that closed several roads. (It was not immediately clear why the roads were closed, but ...
Wow! a headache for Paul and a matching one for me! Knowing we only had this one day, to get to Castelgrande, however, we just had to bite the bullet and go. The walk to the car wasn't too bad, but I dreaded going back to the rental car place with broken GPS in hand. We weren't exactly sure how to get the rental car place since I had only walked there once before, and we soon discovered that some of the streets in Sorrento are meant ...
Working in Gravina doesn't seem to be much different than working in Ontario, except I’m Italy of course. The crazy thing is, the field is full of chick peas, and they haven’t reached maturation yet, so when we arrived to dig, we were told not yet. This meant we helped the other field school for a few days before we finally got permission to walk single file through the baby chick peas. They are very tasty!
On our way back from Metaponto to Lauria, we drove up the Basento valley to pass by the Lucanian Dolomites and the towns of Pietrapertosa and Castelmezzano. The views that appeared on our drive towards Pietrapertosa were stupendous. And the towns themselves are surreal. ...