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... and dry bread required. 15.11.14 Cassino to Rovereto Spent the day travelling north on the Autostrada with the aim of getting lots of miles under our belt to head out of Italy. Arrived at the Mercure Rovereto just before dark in the pouring rain. Checked in, had a drink and dinner then off to bed. This Hotel is in an ideal situation, Autostrada near the front and the main rail line out the back. When we were not listening to loud Italians in the corridors we battled the ...
... it existed high up on the mountain. Today, it continues to be used for the occasional special service.
After our visit to Christ the Redeemer, we headed back down the 700 meters of amazing hairpin turns towards the Maratea marina. From there we drove north on the coastal route towards Salerno and Amalphi. Secretly I had hoped we could actually get to Salerno, but the coastal driving is far too pretty and far too windy and slow to cover much ...
... through truly breathtaking and spectacular views...mountainous terrain with small, ancient Roman built villages sitting precariously on the top of many a small precipice. The traffic had decreased....and slowed...and the freeway was ours to enjoy. Within an hour or so, we approached our turn off that would take us to Maratea. Checking our directions carefully, we made the first turn flawlessly. Suddenly there was another fork in the road and we made a decision....the next thing ...
... 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 ...