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 ...
... of old paper mills. These were among the first mills in Italy. The people from Amalfi learned the art from the Arabs, who learned it from the Chinese. This started in the 12th century and Frederick II of Sicily actually prohibited this paper from being used in official documents preferring the traditional sheepskin parchment. That couldn't stop progress and the mills flourished into the 1900s. The road dead ends at a gated housing area so I ...
... 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 ...
The Amalfi coast is dramatic and quite breathtaking.
The sun was hot but the haze in the air made for thick air. For the first time on this trip my lungs felt a little tight. My allergy boogieman to came to life as well….hmmm…..note to self…..Amalfi coast is not allergy friendly for me. Oh well, it could be worse.
On the tender with us this morning was Miss B, the ...
... of the ride, we made a quick stop so we could go into the blue gratto (azzuro gratto). It is a small cove where the water glows a magnificent blue. In order to get into the cave, you must enter by laying flat on your back in a small row boat, while the "captain" (I cannot think of a more appropriate word right now) pulls you into the cave while doing a backbend. It really is quiet impressive and scary all at the same time. As soon as we were in though, ...