Hotel Villa Rita
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... here during WW2 (the area from here to Salerno was a ...
... Ancient Greek ruins of Paestum. Our driver Francesco dropped us off at the museum and told us to find him whenever we were ready to leave. We went inside and decided that it wasn't worth the 10 euros a piece to go through the museum and the ruins (seeing as we aren't the biggest fans of museums and we could see most of the ruins from the sidewalk), so we opted out and explore the ruins/Italian countryside from ...
... climb again and I scout ahead around the bend and see the beach. The good news is it is there, the bad news is it is down about 300 or more stairs. We also have to walk along the narrow road way for a short bit. It has been about 40 minutes to get here. We do the smart thing and act like the locals! Walk along narrow road while big bus goes by into a traffic jam of buses trying to pass each other and cars on the curve ahead. Squeeze by said stopped bus and reach the top of ...
... to meet
our driver from the hotel.
Our cooking lesson today was
dedicated to desserts, especially crostata, which can be a breakfast
pastry or dessert.
We have now met all three
chefs: Carmine, Ciro, and Salvatore. None speak much English, but
our interpreter handles the classes very well. They are all very
helpful and we all make the dishes set for the day. It has been a
lot of fun.
Tomorrow we go to Sorrento
on our own, by bus. Pray for us. ...
... brother Cain is also depicted on the fašade.
Photos are not allowed inside the Duomo however, inside one of the chapels is frescoed with illustrations of the end of the world, heaven and hell. It was influenced by Dante's Inferno.
The stop in Orvieto was well worth the detour.
We arrived in Ravello at the Villa Scarpariello our home for the next week. Our two ...