Oleandri Resort Paestum - Hotel Residence Villaggio Club
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After Pompeii we drove another 1&1/2 hours around to a property where we will spend the night owned by a Countessa. Here they run buffalo Yes, buffalo. Why??? For the production of buffalo mozzarella. Anyway, this property is amazing. The rooms are full of antique furniture and are HUGE--- really HUGE. Yesterday we had to move furniture to open bags , tonight we have each bag on a spare bed WAAAAAY ...
... pedometer said we walked 10 miles that day.
The next morning we were awakened by a thunderous booming. I thought that Mount Vesuvius had blown its top! No, it was thunder. It was raining cats and dogs. That was the loudest thunder I have ever heard in my life. We watched lightning bolts strike the water from the clouds. This went on for over an hour.
By the time we checked out of our hotel ...
... by one of the longest, hottest, sweatiest travel days of our trip to date and it went like this: 15 minute walk into Amalfi with our backpacks, 2 hour boat to Sorrento, 10 minute shuttle bus to Sorrento train station, wait in the 37 degree heat for about half an hour before our 1 hour (30 stop) unairconditioned train to Naples train station, with about 5 minutes to spare we launched on to our 1 hour (snazzy and outrageously expensive Eurostar) train to Rome central, where we got ...
... tested the leg muscles. At the top there were some lovely little cobblestone streets with lots of shops (lots of ceramics with lemons on them) - but we didn’t have time to browse as we had to pick up our mopeds (adults over 30 only allowed to ride mopeds - Rhys and Talyse) and head for the Amalfi coast.
We took off (me gingerly for a little while until I got use to it) around the ...
... to a beach that the ferry stopped at the previous day on the way to the Emerald Grotto. We spent most of the day on an isolated pebble beach (side note- I like pebble beaches. Sure it hurts to walk barefoot, but there's no sand to get stuck everywhere!). We returned late in the afternoon and showered before heading out to do a bit of shopping before dinner.
Dinner was had at a place I read about on the internet, tucked into the walls of the Duomo. It was a small ...