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... mostly Greek (500BC) and the main temples still standing.
Next we went to another part of the Countessa’s property – A converted stable building with a huge kitchen. There we donned aprons and took part in cooking classes. We made pizzas, Ravioli pasta and cake… We then ate the food and while the cakes were cooking we toured the buffalo farm.
We left and drove to Scala on the ...
... br> Lots of fields with corn. The land looked fertile and tidy
We then went to the remains of Paestum - an old settlement which is 120ha where only 45 ha is excavated
They can tell how big it is as there are still remains of the old wall. Local guide had too much knowledge in the archeology of site. He is a professor of archeology so was hard to understand plus we switched off. They needed the tourist ...
... exclusive boutiques occupy all available space not taken by cafes and restaurants. All on the side of a steep hill.
Decided that the fastest way to Sorrento was in the best interest of both drivers. However, that only avoided 7km of windy coastal road. Arrived in Sorrento with no dings and a great sense of relief.
Chose the Hotel Antiche Mura, as while more expensive than what we'd normally choose, a couple ...
Off to explore Sorrento today! Woke up to rain but that ended quickly. We shopped and drank wine and explored the town. We were on a mission to find an ATM machine because unlike Florence and Venice which had them everywhere it is more of a challenge here. Finally found one which didn't work, so moved on which also led us into some beautiful parts of the town. We did finally find one that worked. Tried to exchange some US currency but the banks do not do that, you have ...
... in 1944. The big buster however was in 77AD and buried Pompeii. The town itself is clearly a tourist spot with great character and many restaurants in tiny alleyways and on cobblestone streets. Shops galore, pity not much time for shopping. Much merriment and music fills the streets as saxophonists and men playing piano accordions fill the alleyways with the dulcet tones of.............you guessed it Dean Martin's old jingle That's amoreeeeee.