Agriturismo Il Campanile
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... I return with some bread & croissants. Everyone is up by that time so breakfast is a leisurely affair.
About 10.00 we notice Bianca's new playmate on the beach so she gets changed (I have never seen her move so fast this trip) and she talks me in to going down early. It is already warm and the water is great once again. This is Bianca's 9th swim of the trip (including one in a pool in Perugia) so she is very ...
... beach. That means me as a partner as the others are not keen. It is now beautiful and sunny and 25 degrees so we head down to the main beach, creatively named Spiaggia Grande (Big Beach). We both jump in, cold at first but warms up on such a great day and we really enjoy it. There are plenty on the beach and out in the water.
Afterward as I have no towel, I head up the beach and discover a man who has a son in Sydney renting sun lounges. He has towels he ...
... let it rip” in all congregations we have been in. We chat around for 15 mins and find out that a small supermarket we were in yesterday is actually owned by one of the brothers. They remembered us! A small world as always in the truth.
We get home about 7.45 and have dinner outdoors on the main square. It is a little late for us and a bit cool, but we have a great meal and wine and enjoy it. We have accomplished everything we wanted today which leaves us feeling ...
... chats, etc, to the railway so we could go to Ercolano (the modern town) and Herculaneum (the ruins).
It was an easy walk down from the station towards Herculaneum. However our first stop was the newish MAV Museum on the right, before reaching Herculaneum. We bought the Campania Artecard here - gives free access to 6 of the sites and costs €34, well worth it when they are mostly €10 or €11 although I forgot to show our Ikea card for €1.50 ...
... stop todd told of a baby who was trying to grab his gelato. Jake, Todd and I caught the bus not knowing when to get off and ended up having to catch it half the way back. We still weren't at Monterpetuso so we waited for another bus. We ended up hitchhiking down. Getting some lunch ( a calzone which is like a folded over pizza) and then getting in another bus that would take us to Meta so we could catch two trains to ...