Il Granaio dei Casabella
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... names in the visitor book. A small museum all in Italian. There was a photocopied leaflet in English about the history. We braved the weather again and went down to see the Villa. It was well preserved by mud slides. Massive arches above us. A little bit of red on the walls and one mosaic. Steps led up to a disappeared 2nd floor which we couldn't go up. Some other steps looked exciting but just took us back to the office. Back down to explore the rest of the courtyard area. ...
... other side of the room. Sadly we had a completely broken hinge on the toilet seat AGAIN.. (No we are not breaking them- but - it is a strange run of luck two nights in a row.) It was fixed, so all good. We had the most amazing dinner...yummo. The best pasta and the best veal I have ever had. A wonderful hazelnut semifreddo... Home made Limoncello and another after dinner drink, home made with herbs which had a strong ...
... out here in Italy. Sitting on the terrace of Gran Caffe drinking spritz's (I find out this is the prosecco and aperol that I love), it's easy to understand why although they've given up jobs earning more in Australia, the lifestyle here is so worth it.
Back to Praiano and I arrive in time for the Festival of Illumination, and tonight there is little wind, so I take a seat on the terrace of Gennoa restaurant, with a view over the ...
... the evening the christmas lights were switched on but it was horrificly busy and I couldn't stand fighting through the crowds so I didn't wander around much.
Sunday - unfortunately rainy so I returned for a herbal tea and then went to the art gallery which was tiny but had a few nice pieces. I had a very chilled out day, returning to Il Pacchero for lunch, watching a film in my room and generally relaxing. Thankfully in the early evening the streets were nice ...
... speed. We barely had time to process it all before being whisked further south to Paestum, our home base for the weekend.
Saturday morning! Up early again, on a bus to Salerno. Off the bus and onto a boat for a cruise of the Amalfi Coast. From Salerno, we sailed leisurely towards Positano which is just..... incredibly beautiful. The blue sea and sky smashing right up against the green mountains, covered with little villas and houses clinging to ...