Savoy Beach Hotel
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... guide, not to mention conscientious driver. The rain was falling as we made the drive, but ceased the moment we arrived at the farm. Our guide, Stefania, was knowledgeable and friendly and seemed to take a lot of pride in the operation. The farm has been a family business for three generations and people come from many miles to purchase the cheese, yogurt and leather products. There are 300 momma buffalo and eight ...
... owing to 18th-century mis-attribution.
It was really hot walking around Paestum but also awesome thinking that we were looking at buildings that were 2500 years old and wondering how the Greeks had managed to lift the huge stone slabs so far in the air.
After getting very dusty and very hot we headed up into the hills for somewhere a little ...
... and said hi to him every time we passed that restaurant. We finally got to the beach around 2, and lounged in the sun for about three hours. I think Marco may have been a little culture shocked by all the speedos; we even saw one with the Boston Celtics on it! We all also took a chilly dip into the Mediterranean during our trip to the beach! Marco also managed to get a sunburn on the sides of his nose, thinking that putting sunscreen on the top of his nose ...
... of the church bells sounding out across the village at 30 minute timings. We have enjoyed several swims in the ocean. One afternoon we rented a beach umbrella and three sun beds to experience a European day at the beach. It is quite foreign to a day at the beach in Australia; for starters it costs and the sand is grey and gritty. The water is however magnificent and a perfect temperature and we swam and chatted for a long period whilst escaping the heat of the ...
... we’ve done pretty well with just buying them onboard (even if that’s not the standard "way").
This day, the bus driver was not very tolerant and we got allowed on with great disdain and under-the-breath Italian comments… no doubt something about “ignorant Americans”… we felt a bit sheepish however we’d seen so many get by before without punching a ticket.
But boy, did we feel very much like ...