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Travel Blogs from Paestum
... Robin finally loaded up on some booty. We both spied a bracelet we liked and she ended up buying it. A few stores down I found a similar one and couldn't resist buying more Murano glass. We caught the jet ferry back and now we are trying to get a plan together for tomorrow. We originally thought we wouldn't be able to do both Positano and Amalfi on the same day. But since they were both low on sights and we didn't spend time on the beach we got through them pretty ...
... all's right with the world we thought sipping our drinks watching the boats going back and forth, some very rich people over here by the size of there boats. The boys returned and we ordered lunch. Bev had the local fish called Palamito, loved it, Tim had a local pasta and potato dish, Bob had veal, Linda had lemon chicken with more wine (we were not driving), no one wanted to leave. We struggled up the mountain ...
An earliest start today and off to Paestum. We spent about 2 hours wandering around the Greek ruins. Here's a bit of history about the place...
Paestum was founded around the end of the 7th century BC, and originally known as Poseidonia. Outside of archaeological evidence very little is known about Paestum during its first centuries. Archaeological ...
... and to the beautiful town of Amalfi. The roads were lined with orange and lemon trees as far as the eye could see. This was a huge setting change from the decrepit Naples.
The drive made the road to Hana seem as straight as an arrow. Imagine driving on the coast line with sheer drops to your left and only a small steel gate keeping a vehicle from falling into the Mediterranean Sea. The roads were so narrow that we thought we would hit another car ...
Our journey across the width of Italy ended at the town of Paestum; not somewhere either of us had ever heard of before but after consulting our guide book seemed like a good place to head for. Paestum and the surrounding area are famous for two things: mozzarella cheese made with buffalo milk and ancient ruins.
The buffalo mozzarella situation is obvious as soon as you leave the motorway and drive into the area… the road is lined with mozzarella factories or ...
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility