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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
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... the Bourbons that the swamp was drained. No, maybe it was later. I have to check my notes.
There are many beautiful and important objects and artifacts in the museum at Poseidonia, including the famous sepulcher painting ("the symposium") I have reproduced below along with its context, and an archetypal votive offering linking Hera with other earth mother images.
... before returning to Salerno around 2pm. During our city wanders today we found an old aqueduct that has simply been incorporated into the city streets,and many more churches, including the Church of the Assumption that boasts that colorful dome we photographed yesterday. We had a late dinner at a Neapolitan pizza place, found a chocolate shop for dessert and returned home to ponder our itinerary for tomorrow. Until ...
... house guests, so I shower and head to the terrace with my bottle of Rose, where the lovely and very posh english Katherine the great joins me. I always remember a face but I'm useless with names, so this word association is how I remember Katherines name!!. I offer her a wine and we chat for a while. She works in London for a Fashion Magazine, and when Milan and Paris shut down, so do they, so she is here for 2 weeks holiday, and has come here with her partner, David, a ...
... We spent the rest of the day exploring Salerno. We stumbled onto the Minerva herb garden, which was closed when we got there (but we still got a pic!) and passed the time until dinner wandering the little alleys and cobblestone streets that made up the city. On our last night in Salerno, we decided to eat at a restaurant we all loved (partially because of the cheap, good house wine), so we ate at the ...
... narrow escape we continued on to Sorrento where we ate supper, spent time wandering through the streets of this lovely city and shopping. Chuck has repeatedly suggested that Jacqueline take cooking lessons while we are in Italy, and they have some wonderful one-day courses offered in Sorrento but she declined much to Chuck's dismay. Chuck was looking for a particular restaurant which may or may not actually exist. Nonetheless, ...