Hotel La Pineta
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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The drive was not as harrowing as Lake Como, perhaps as we have become a bit accustomed to Italian drivers. Nonetheless, the damn motorcycles wore us out. They would pass on hairpin curves and expect cars to move out of the way, although we were bigger. We concluded driving on this road was simply their Sunday thrill.
After writing most of this blog we went to dinner and there encountered a few Brits ...
... speed of talking and dialect were difficult for us to unserstand, it was rather difficult! We then went for a walk along the seafront and into the town centre to see what restaurants would be available for dinner..........thankfully there appeared to be a choice of 2 or 3. On our return to the hotel we were met by the owner who confirmed that their restaurant would not be open for ...
... font-size: 17px; line-height: normal; -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;">We past the Provincia di Villa Gallia built 1615 used now for offices. The architecture is amazing and continued on to Villa Olmo beautiful which has beautiful gardens (wonderful place to have a picnic and view the lake) and home used for exhibitions. It was built in the 18thC as an aristocratic residence. It has been used by scientists and in movies.
... like there was a Christmas market along the front. Someone told us we were at the train station. Andy remembered from looking at the map in the book that we needed to cross a car park and head of to the right. We found the train station.
We'd read that there isn't anywhere to buy train tickets in Paestum so we knew we needed tickets to get there for today and tickets to Rome for tomorrow. We could have got them from a machine but they were all for ...
... one of the narrowest and windiest roads you can imagine along a cliff face. All we could see for most of the trip was where we would end up on the rocky coastline if the driver made one wrong turn. We finished the trip wondering whether bus sickness might be worse than sea sickness. Amalfi looked too much like Positano. Picture postcard beautiful, but too hot ...