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 ...
... have to be organized to stock up on our fresh antipasti and wine to enjoy on the terrace for early afternoon drinks.
Our apartment offers the best view over Amalfi; we could see the Mediterranean Sea, the busy bus exchange where locals and tourists pour into and out of the many buses, the winding roads up to Ravello the beautiful bell tower of the local church as well as the lemon groves that supply the township with the ingredients for their limoncello. ...
... many people were glad to see that they had
included toilets in the rebuilding because there really aren't any bathrooms to be found in Italy when you need one.
Next! Back on the bus for a nice nap until we pulled up at Pompeii! I visited this site last year with just two other people, but throwing a hundred more into the mix made for a more hectic but still fun visit. Pompeii is really cool and worth seeing – but perhaps not in tour groups of 55 at ...
... our itinerary. The views here are unmatched. The photos from the perches at Villa Rufolo are quite famous. The deep blues of the sea, the Italian Stone Pine trees and the bougainvillea all dance together to create a magnificent ballet. Definitely one of the prettiest places I’ve seen.
We lunched at Cumpa Cosino in Ravello; it was yummy, yummy, yummy. Three types of antipasto, followed by ...
... I kept insisting more stairs would only stretch that pain out. I don’t know if it would or not, like I’m an expert, but he bought it ;-)
We had a great stroll down by the water and got some great snaps of the dark clouds hanging over the village. I also noticed that a small replica of the Vietri sul Mare village had been created in ceramic and put on display so I went over to snap that too. Then it occurred to me that I had seen a lot of these along ...