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Travel Blogs from Guardia Piemontese
... 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 ...
... people could go swimming. We had brought our bathers but decided not to go in.. We stayed there for about half an hour and then headed back for the Sorrento Peninsular, where we headed south to Positano. The boat was going on to Amalfi, but since we had already spend 2 hours there on Wednesday, we elected to get off at Positano. A small motor launch came out from the beach and picked us up. It cost €3 ...
... that was closed the other night, which Enzo, Adriana, and Federico all say is the best gelateria in Calabria. They weren't lying. The pistachio gelato was so good it actually made me sad--because I don't think I will ever be able to enjoy pistachio ice cream ever again, it will always be a let down compared to this. I am definitely going to try to go there again before I leave.
... it's identity. Still, I knew I had to at least try it. The taste wasn't bad, but I couldn't get over the texture. So after I ate two tentacles I apologized to Adriana and explained that I didn't like it. Her response? No worries, because she doesn't like it either. ...