Agriturismo Zio Cristoforo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this train trip. These musings have made up a large part of my travels in general, so why not share it with the internet. Such is the way of my generation. ---------------- These are rugged mountains - the ones with sheer faces of rock, so new and untamed that even trees or grass can't grip on to the cliffs yet. These mountains remind me of South East Asia. It might seem a strange thing to say, as Italy is about as far from Asia as you can get. Looking at the mountains though ...
Beautiful campsite on the beach chilling for five days after a busy couple of weeks in Rome and Napoli... Just had a lovely morning with Linda and Patrick from Belguim, nice people... The Drone has been back in the air showing the coastline we are now on just past The Amalfi Coast, next stop Sicily just the 6hr drive to get down ...
... were mostly shut, I think do to the end of season, we still found the "hanger oners" fun to look at..... Even though there was nothing to buy. We walked by the place, where Ernest Hemingway hung out during the years he lived here while writing "The Old Man and the Sea". I think if memory serves me correctly, he lived above where the "Hemingway's" is today. I just love walking through this old, stone built medieval looking town. Although it is ...
... with chairs/tables in green outdoor carpeting, under a tent, we ordered: spaghetti vongole, calamari, and capriosa pizza. The restaurant was clean, and packed with families, all with very well behaved kids under the age of 8 years. Our dinners all arrived at separate times. Marina's calamari and fries came first. Jacques nibbling on her food almost faster than she could eat it herself. My capriosa personal pizza was next. The small size was too large for me, so ...
5:45a.m., Milena's engine came alive, breaking the otherwise silence of the pre-dawn night. We were off.... For the next 12 hours, we will be making our way to the Southern Italian coast. I was still in bed, and hoping the crossing was going to be a good one. To my utter amazement, the sea was calmer the tiny bay we have been in for the last two nights. With a Ho-hum, I curled up in my sleep-sac, under my duvet, and went fast asleep..... ...