Travel Blogs from Santa Maria di Castellabate
... Robin finally loaded up on some booty. We both spied a bracelet we liked and she ended up buying it. A few stores down I found a similar one and couldn't resist buying more Murano glass. We caught the jet ferry back and now we are trying to get a plan together for tomorrow. We originally thought we wouldn't be able to do both Positano and Amalfi on the same day. But since they were both low on sights and we didn't spend time on the beach we got through them pretty ...
... on either; people hanging their laundry from lines 3 storeys up; a lady with her grandson feeding crumbs of bread to goldfish in a pond below a fountain. (Incidentally, I always think what a pain it must be if you're doing the washing and you drop a sock. But you never see any pegs on the street below, so they must have it down to a fine art). The best of all was a man pushing his little girl in a stroller, he wearing jeans, white shirt, jumper tied round ...
Today we decided to see the similar ruins as Pompei's at Paestum just past Salerno. Tim cooked poached eggs and ham and we all piled into the car.
As you will see from the photographs the roads are very windy wind narrow and coaches were a worry, Tim was driving today and did very well in fact they both have. We got to the site ...
... our final farewell. True to form, Maddy had tears and was ever so grateful to us for making the effort to come and say goodbye in person. How could we not?? Back in the car, fortunately we found another car park for the night, a rarity in Sala Comacina, cooked our dinner, enjoyed another red from the Piemonte region, before catching up on some more reading (running out of time to finish our latest books), then headed to bed for another early start tomorrow. Venice the next stop on our ...
... a cross and bible, followed by select worshipers dressed in red and carrying a float with a huge statue of Saint Anthony, a student marching band with brass, wind and percussion instruments, and finally, an impressive number of devout followers. A muddle of loud ringing church bells announced the procession’s arrival in Atrani, though the sound was rivalled by an Italian grandfather who was taking great pride in letting off some home grown fireworks with ...
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