Oleandri Resort Paestum - Hotel Residence Villaggio Club
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... to find the bus stop. This was opposite us and we had 30 minutes so we wandered to the seaside just to see where we are. The rain had lessened. The land is less dramatic here but still lovely.
Onwards to Salerno and Paestum.
The bus to Salerno was on time. A little full but seats at the back. We had to push past standing people in our sodden state to get to the seats. A lady sat in the middle of the back seat with her things on the seats in front. ...
... A great night of food and chat. I also got to impress people with my plant knowledge as several Queen of the Night succulents were opening around the outside dining area and no one knew what they were...WHAT LUCK as I grow them at home!
We have just returned to the room and as I type this Bruce has gone to have his shower. Unfortunately he moved the assorted towels on the bed and asked which was what at ...
... a huge serving of pasta with tuna, chilli, tomato and olives I watch the lighting of the candles and the fire dancing show. It is indeed spectacular, so I'm pleased that I did get to view this, as it only has a few nights left.
Patricia (who manages Casa Privata) and I have planned to awake early tomorrow, 4.45, and walk the Sentiero degli dei (Path of the Gods). So I set alarm and mentally prepare myself for the zillions of steps!!
... so I could have a good walk around and look at the lights. Down by the seafront there is a little park and they had turned it into a enchanted garden with lots of animals, mushrooms, flowers etc made of lights. I tried to take some pictures but they didn't come out very well. It was bizarre looking at christmas lights and just wearing a cardigan, normally when I see the lights being switched on in Ilkley I am wrapped up in as many layers as possible! It didn't feel remotely ...
... fantastic. Going into Positano and jumping off a cliff into the ocean with several rowdy members of my class? And then wandering around, sipping a granita and eating gelato? Fantastic.
Back on the boat and onto Amalfi! Fun fact! The Amalfi Coast is named for the city of Amalfi, which was an extremely powerful city back in the day, but is now a beautiful tourist town with a beautiful church. We convened for a (short) lecture on the steps of the Cathedral ...