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... by Dr. Tullius. Lectures were followed by the usual free time. Free time was pretty short this time, so we did a quick run through of the museum before booking it to get gelato. I think my favorite flavors so far are limone and fragola (strawberry) together. After gelato we got back on the buses to go back to the hotel for lunch before heading back to campus. Lunch at the hotel was a nice red sauce pasta ...
Not much I can add, story wise, so take a look at the pictures. Greeks went in search or new agricultural lands after many years of bad harvests in the homeland. Paestum was settled, later was in Roman hands, then disappeared and was forgotten. Too many mosquitoes around, malaria rampant, so no one knew of the place for centuries. A new road was being cut thru the area, and lo and behold, a city was rediscovered. They say these temples are better preserved than ones in Athens. ...
... is we get complimentary bruschetta which is very good. The tomatoes here with olive oil on them are amazing and so fresh. This bruschetta also has some beans mixed in. Carol has decided to try chicken and see if it helps with her tummy issues instead of all the rich pastas we have been eating. I get a mixed seafood with the local homemade pasta called scialatielli. Carols chicken is grilled and drizzled with balsamic vinegar, over a bed of mixed greens and tomato. She ...
... Spain when she visited Naples during the 1800's. It
features the colors of the Italian flag: red, white, and green. At
the end of the class (about 1730), we sit in the dining room and eat
what we have prepared. This presents a problem for dinner.
Our fish and pasta were excellent, and
we are not hungry for dinner. However, we did have two bottles of
wine (red and white) delivered to the room. It's tough duty, but
someone has to do it. ...
... it for us because at her height, nice as the offer was, she was going to have my eye out with the corner of her brolly! She was happy enough to let me hang on to it thankfully. I think she came up just above my elbow.
Along the road to Amalfi the bus came to a complete stop on the bridge over Atrani, the small village next one up from ours. It was an absolute disaster scene and we couldn’t figure out what had gone on. Cars were turned upside down and smashed ...