Park Hotel Terme Mediterraneo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... as we haven't had much time together ..it's good but we only have two night together :( we are showered and Jac and I are heading to the Meditareneo restaurant to catch up with a night of frivolity with Pietro playing again ...should be fun !! Fun night as it is there at the restaurant ....then shot off at midnight for a scooter ride to Sorrento in the moonlight ...what an awesome trip with the moon shining brightly .... And following us all the way along the coast ...wow ...
... with actual plaster casts of some of the people they have found there just lying on shelves, etc. our guide was, of course, quite scathing of this arrangement given the hundreds of thousands of dollars (euros) flowing in every day on tourism alone to the site. Was not happy with the 'honesty' of people in high places when handling public funds. Human nature never changes. Nevertheless, we moved on to a 'typical' private house with the design centring ...
... the souvenirs capitalize on this, their signature souvenir being a penis with wings. You can just about get anything you want as a winged penis from keyrings, to magnets, notebooks, pens, jewellery etc. So yep, we are all coming home with a winged penis of some sort.
Back on the bus we were heading to our final destination – beautiful Sorrento! This is where we would be staying the next few nights and exploring from. We arrived at the camping grounds for check ...
We left Matera at 9am. I was so concerned about getting lost on the way back to the highway that the front desk manager had a staff member take us right to the highway. So we followed Mr. Carlo and he had us on the right highway in a matter of minutes. We drove to Naples in 3.5 hours driving over a mountain range that had us going up and down the hills with hairpin turns, through long tunnels through the mountains and across bridges. I was happy to see the Smart car gone. We ...
... of humor. He clearly loves to cook and loves sharing that with his students. That night, we made pizette, focaccia with olives and onions, focaccia with rosemary and salt, fussili with zucchini sauce, meatballs in pomodoro, and lemon cake with lemon cream. The fresh dough and fresh pasta was so good, but I'm not sure that I have it in me to make fussili for a dinner party. Thank goodness there were 9 of us rolling ...