Hotel Terme Capasso
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... on to another church and plaza where a Roma woman is training her young child to beg… One plaque catches my attention, written in English and Italian, dedicated to General Forrester, thanking him for “liberating” Scafati and sparing it from further destruction in World War II. I’m still confused as to which sides Italians were on during that war and whether they were really being “liberated” by the allies or ...
... Duomo a beautiful old church. We then stopped at the Porta Torre an old tower. From there we went to Sanfedele another church - we are getting very religious here. The town centre (Piazzolo Terragini) is very boutique and has quite a village feel to it. We strolled around and window shopped. Of course we had to have a snack (the most amazing cake, biscuit and lolly shop. (No one except for us eats in the street.) Those who know me must be surprised at my lack of willpower here ...
When last we wrote, we were recovering from our long hike from Ravello down to the town of Amalfi, and having a lovely laid-back Sunday afternoon enjoying the people and tourists of Ravello.
Monday, we decided to hike down from Ravello the other, northern, route, down to the little seaside town of Minori. The route we took was not the typical tourist route down all stone stairs, but a more circuitous route that rambled along ...
After a few days visiting and reviewing all the top spots in Stazzo it was time to head north to meet John and Sue in Ravello. Given the drive from Stazzo to Ravello was at least 7 hours, we stayed one night on the way up in a little fattoria (farm house) in the hills near the Calabrian coastal town of Diamante. This turned out to be a real highlight. After a couple of hours trying to find the place, we eventually arrived to be greeted by ...
... their fruit trees covered, presumably to guard against raiding birds. While grapes and other fruit are grown in abundance, lemons are the mainstay here and limoncello and lemon products are everywhere. If shops along the coast, are not selling ceramics, it is limoncello, or the like. Our Corpo di Cava landlady makes the most delightful chocolates with various lemon fillings and on our last night we were treated to a sampling. They were delicious.