Oleandri Resort Paestum - Hotel Residence Villaggio Club
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... back to our rooms to finish packing before checkout. We were checked out and on the buses a little after 10 and headed to the Paestum archaeological site. At the archaeological site we saw some Paestum ruins including three temples. First the temple of Athena, then the temple of Poseidon, and finally the temple of Zeus and Hera. On site we listened to an Art and Arch lecture by Dr. Freni and a ...
... we had the first night. Paolo got gnocchi alla Sorentina, Olivia had pizza margherita, Selena got spaghetti al pomodoro and Marco got pizza funghi. Paolo was the only true Italian and ordered a second course-- coltoletto di pollo (chicken cutlet). Afterwards, we got gelato at our favorite spot and people-watched in the main piazza.
A Bologna domani!
Selena, Marco, Paolo e Olivia
... cold coke zero and a Heineken to have with some snacks we have with us. When we get back to the apartment they are just cleaning it so we are not happy as we did not want to have to walk more to find a place to eat. I remember that the Hotel we stayed at last night had a rooftop terrace with chairs so we go back there and sit in the shade having our snacks and drinks. By the time we finish and go back to the apartment, it is ready. Later we head out for dinner at Il Tari. ...
... lunch and a swim.
Since we missed breakfast we were ready to eat.
We had our second cooking class this
afternoon. Our class consists of a physician and his wife from
Tennessee, two gals from Illinois (one judge and one banker), and the
tre belle donne. Our recipes today included Neopolitan pizza
Margherita and sea bream stewed in tomato sauce. This pizza recipe
was first made as a gift from the Neopolitan people to Queen
... 25am. I knew that one would be busy but the one after it at 9:30 would be packed so we thought the early start was the best option. It meant leaving our hotel just after 7 so we could squeeze a coffee in and buy our boat tickets but that was OK as we’d had a good sleep and were both up for it.
Usual routine of waiting for the bus in the rain but thankfully not for long and this tiny little nonna took pity on me so came over to have a chat and share her umbrella. I ended ...