Travel Blogs from Cosenza
... a family owned business all that time. As it was a Saturday, we weren't able to go through the actual factory, just the museum. However, that was fascinating. Luckily, some americans in the group had their own bilingual guide, so we were able to take advantage of his translation. The company was the first in the Calabrian peninsula to take advantage of electricity, and had designed their own licorice machine. Every invoice and record since the company ...
... charitable quest.
Tony passed on Paul's tale to club president Vincenzo "Enzo" d'Angelo and the boys took our Mod to their big Italian hearts.
"Great guys," gushed Paul.
Moving on Paul passed through Paestum on the SS18 coastal road and "beautiful town after beautiful town".
But the weather system hanging around this part of Italy means frequent rain and that had the ...
... worked. It is up in the mountains so all of the farming is done on terraces, very hard work. Its been so nice not to be rushing around to get to places to see or get to a tour on time. We have done a couple of drives to Paulo to see the Sanctuary of San Francesco and the nearby village of Corsenza.
Went to the cemetary to see the Tozzo family plots.
Took a day trip to Tropea today. Its ...
... I guess about 30 got off. The transfer from boat to launch was quite dicey. Whereas Amalfi was reasonably flat, Positano was hilly from the word go. The narrow lanes led upwards ever upward, with vendors selling in every stop they could find. Some of the lanes were covered with trellises with either grape vines or wisteria trailing over them. We went into one of the oldest restaurants in the town with its ...
Today we had a lie in and then went to Locri where we looked for the Ancient Greek town where the fortress was. It was amazing. We then went and got some diesel and dad got ripped off so there was a bit of arguing. We then went to the shopping outlet where we had a McDonald's and accessed the wifi. We also called at oriented fashion where I got a top and dress and mum got a little handbag. We thence had a nap and tea and later went out for cocktails. Mum tried the local liquor ...
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