Hotel Centro Congressi Polo Nautico
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- Free parking
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... storico, or historical center, in Salerno, which means that it has winding lanes rather than streets, with buildings and balconies hanging over the passageways, where cars can't - and shouldn't - go. A number of the main streets are pedestrian-only. There's a ton of restaurants, cafe's, shops, larger stores, bars. And a ton of people, walking around, all times of the day, being Italian. For me, that means they seem to walk around, ...
... that home. Don't worry, there is something that wasn't as heavy that I think everyone would enjoy more anyways. With shopping out of the question, I decided to have a good lunch on the beach while I waited for the next ferry that would take me back to Salerno. Being a resort town, I didn't think I would find any restaurant on the beach that wouldn't be a tourist trap. Okay...so I'm being cheap but there's been a lot of little expenses that turned out to be not ...
... their everyday lives and explore this town without running into any crowds.
On Friday, we spent our afternoon and evening exploring the town. We walked up and down the coast, walked down the major streets, and visited many little piazzas. We also enjoyed some great food and watched the Italy vs. Costa Rica game with a crazy group of Italians. Unfortunately, Italy lost. We stayed out pretty late just walking around and watching Italians spend ...
... Roberts in Eat Pray Love. Hah! But what made it even better… when my beer was gone, my server came and brought me another one, on the house. Then he brought me dessert, on the house. I was flattered; how sweet, I thought.
He gave me a tour of the restaurant and wine cellar, and later we would meet again for a date, and then we spent the next few days together. He and his best friend were the funniest, most genuine Italians ...
... mountainous terrain. As soon as we got to Salerno the mountains filled with rain clouds, but we never got rain. After seeing how treacherous the terrain is, I wonder why they picked there. Kirch suspects because it was not heavily guarded by the Germans. Germans were able to take out a lot of soldiers from high atop the hills. After securing the beachhead a far superior American army couldn't advance because of the terrain. That is when they decided to launch at ...