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... it go long enough to take some photos. Quite dangerous to drive our Beast on this narrow road with crazy Italian drivers as there is NOWHERE to go and some of the road looks like its giving way. We got to Positano and its a town that is perched on cliffs and looks gorgeous, and that was it! We were turned back much to our disgust. Motorhomes were only allowed to drive through between midnight and 6am so we had to turn around and head ...
By this time a siesta was being called for but the thoughts of our baggage and clean clothes, which by now was expected back at our Hotel, Albergo Terminus, was enough to entice us to make a dash for the Ferry back to Como
So it was with trepidation and beating hearts that we arrived in the lobby, gelato's in hand, alas only to have our hopes and aspirations of hard days ahead, dashed upon the shores of despair, no bikes, no luggage, no fresh clothes.
... br> We board our flight some 50 minutes late and it is off to Brussells for a quick transfer to Milan and some of the boys are doing the math and realise we will be tight to meet our connecting flight, and when we arrive it is very close......we exit the gate head straight to the booking booth and it is a fine line and we make the flight......all six of us.....except our bags and bikes....oops!
... up a little and walked to a place called the Red and White for an underwhelming dinner. The food was okay... service was okay. We sat with a great view of the lake but only inches from the traffic zooming by. A rare swing and miss for our group. I was suffering from some explainable melancholy travel fatigue which wasn't helping anything. After returning back to the villa, the karaoke machine remained silent as everyone headed to their rooms. ...
... city was captured by the Romans in 273BC after the Pyrrhic Wars and became the thriving Roman settlement of Paestum.
However, the changing climate and political upheavals of the later Roman Empire saw Paestum begin to decline in the early medieval period and by the turn of the millennium the site had been abandoned – it was not rediscovered until the 18th ...