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... is approximately 132,000. Like most of southern Italy, Salerno enjoys a hard-to-beat Mediterranean climate. The warm, dry summers last from May to September with average temperatures of 90 F. Winter tend to be mild and wet with average daily high temperature below 60 F.
Salerno came into its own under the Norman ...
... walked to the Giardino di Minerva, the city's botanical garden. I learned how to say turtle in Italian - tartaruga. Then some more walking, more shopping, and more gelato for Mike. It's ok, as it was the gelato hour, passiagiata time.
For dinner we went to another B&B recommended restaurant, Angelo Musiccio in the old center. It was one of those places where they have no menu, just set the dishes daily. You could choose surf ...
We successfully got off the boat, into the city of Salerno, bought our train tickets and made our way to Pompeii. What a cracking little day doing our own thing in Pompeii. Oh and the Italians spell it with one i as well. Joelene and i came up with heaps of theories on what that is but we wont share that because we have some italian friends and we would like to keep it that way. The day itself and the trip to Pompeii - really good. We had good fun and it is ...
... it created an instant mold around people living their final moments. Over 2,000 years the bodies have long since decomposed, but they left behind these spaces where their bodies use to be. Archaeologists found these spaces and filled them with plaster. They then chiseled away the rock and found these plaster casts of people living the moment before they were covered. I was able to see some of these casts, which are absolutely eerie. However there is ...
... under the trees to catch the olives as they fall. About ten years ago the women would pick all the olives from the ground. But when men assumed the responsibility for harvesting the olives, they came up with the system of nets.
Sunday, Sept 22
George now has three blisters, so today is good time to sit around the pool and roof top terrace to give his feet a rest. Tomorrow we depart for Naples. . . and perhaps shop for new shoes for George!