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... views and fresh air as the ferry travelled close to the coast. We disembarked in Amalfi and walked around the town.
We decide to take a bus ride to Ravello. The only way to get to Ravello is by bus. You travel along some very narrow, and winding road with a lot of hair pin bends. The bus we travelled on was opened at the top and the views up to Ravello were very picturesque. I had a beer and Narelle a pot of tea at one of their local cafes. We ...
In the morning we headed south to the small town of Paestum where the remains of the Greek city/colony of Poseidonia still stands. While it was occupied by Romans later on, and much of the archeological site has foundations of many Roman buildings and homes, it is the home to three superb Greek temples (c. 500BC). In the morning sunshine, which would last all day, the building stood spectacularly in front of us.
It was a relaxed site, with short wooden fences to ...
... drink) Once back on the ship,we had a nice hot shower to remove all the dust, a couple of drinks (yes alcoholic) to quench the parched throats and after tea checked out the shops and the casino. (I can still manage to lose my money in a casino on board a ship as easily as I can on land!!) the only difference is some of these are true "one armed bandits", they have a pull lever not just buttons and yes I still bet large, on the 10cent, 2 & 1 cent machines :) ...
... br> "The woman just took my money, so I thought I'd ride on," he said.
All was well until he stopped for a coffee and a Snickers at a service station and noticed he had drawn the attention of two carabinieri.
"They were looking at me and seemed to be arguing about whether they should nick me or not," he said. "So, while they were having this heated discussion I wheeled my Scooter around the corner and motored off."
Moments later Paul noticed ...
... for dinner. We showered and headed out for a walk to see if we could book a bus tour of the Amalfi Coast. I had seen them advertised online for 35 Euro but Vincenzo told us that was a waste of money. He sent us to the main bus station where we could pick up a bus (looked like a tour bus but was a local one) every hour for 7.60 Euro that would take us on the same route except we could get off at some of the towns along the way for a look around and pick ...