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We picked up our hire car from Termini and headed south to the area of Balisticata to meet up with Ornella's (Meg's friend from Alliance Francais) Father, Carmine, we were on schedule and met him at 2.20pm and immediately felt like friends. Laurie drove with Carmine and we followed him to a beautiful steep town built into the hillside, we were soon to find ...
... were in Sephora near the Spanish Steps where there was a huge, unruly, crowd of football supporters, it was a little unpleasant, and they left behind an awful mess. We went home and returned to the Antica Enoteca for a drink before dinner, and it had all been cleaned up. After a pre dinner drink we went to Osteria Margutta, it is in a nice, quiet street near the Spanish Steps. We were all delighted by the lovely service and good ...
... to look at, but no English subtitles to explain what everything was. Weather raining off and on. Continued on to Pietrapertosa. Although it was not far in distance it took awhile due to steep, winding roads. Pietrapertosa is a hill top town set in the Dolomiti Lucane and is quite spectacular. Amazing how these houses have survived perched ...
... through the valley that led to Sanza and then on to our final destination for the day. We arrived in Sala Consilina by 5 pm - not bad for a full day of driving. The daily adventure of finding our lodging amid the unmarked Italian roadways (although now somewhat more rural) was made only slightly more difficult by a labor rally that closed several roads. (It was not immediately clear why the roads were closed, but ...
... It was near a WWI and WW II monument. The name Errico was not on the monument, but another family name, Stabile, was.
After leaving San Rufo, we drove down the mountain about an hour to Paestum, said to be one of the best preserved archaeological sites of the Greek world in the Mediterranean. There were three temples; the temple of Athena, the temple of Neptune and Temple of Hera. There was an amphitheater, ...