Hotel Meridiana - Paestum
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... by Dr. Tullius. Lectures were followed by the usual free time. Free time was pretty short this time, so we did a quick run through of the museum before booking it to get gelato. I think my favorite flavors so far are limone and fragola (strawberry) together. After gelato we got back on the buses to go back to the hotel for lunch before heading back to campus. Lunch at the hotel was a nice red sauce pasta ...
Not much I can add, story wise, so take a look at the pictures. Greeks went in search or new agricultural lands after many years of bad harvests in the homeland. Paestum was settled, later was in Roman hands, then disappeared and was forgotten. Too many mosquitoes around, malaria rampant, so no one knew of the place for centuries. A new road was being cut thru the area, and lo and behold, a city was rediscovered. They say these temples are better preserved than ones in Athens. ...
... small selection of fruit and vegetables that are in season. All the produce looks farm grown, slightly bruised and dirt covered, a contrast to our sterile massive supermarkets.
Food is so cheap here compared to home, gourmet cheeses are a few euro a kilogram, a bottle of Baileys is 12euro, eggs are 1.30 euro. Everyone eats pizza, it is often sold by the slice or by weight. Pizza lunch for the 5 of us would be between 10 to 15 ...
... we have ever taken – the 17-mile drive at Pebble Beach.
After an elaborate breakfast in the hotel dining room, and some beautiful photos on the terrace overlooking at the Mediterranean, we boarded our bus and headed south along the coast. Not only was it exquisitely beautiful, it was horrifyingly challenging. Our driver deserved every Euro he made (he drives it three times a week!).
... ceramics factory.
We saw we had about 5 minutes to make it to the bus after we’d showered and got ourselves organised so raced up to the stop with no coffee on board. Very dangerous but waiting another hour for the bus was not on the cards this morning. We have 150 stairs to climb from our room to the top of the roadway so running up those was interesting! I guess that’s why we’ve been pretty OK with everything we’ve eaten too as ...