Villaggio Lido Paradiso
Travel Blogs from Marina di Pisciotta
Yesterday left Positano. We took a shuttle to Salerno then picked up a car from Avis. The coast road from Positano to Salerno was truly breathtaking and the driver quite friendly and tried to explain a few sights along the way. Headed south and stopped at some Greek ruins in Paestrum which dated back to BC. Weather a little cold and rainy or we probably would have stayed longer. Took the scenic root to Marina di Camerota. Stopped at Bascillicata and had a late lunch at a little pizzeria. ...
... that the southern Italians are much more vociferous and animated in their dealings with each other than their northern counterparts. I also think they are warmer hearted and friendlier. However, at one point, I thought war had broken out when the table was thumped, drinks spilled and cards flew everywhere only for smiles and back patting to return at the end of the game.
Camping Athena - further on into the week.
Signor e Signora are preparing for Sicily. ...
... a week . The weather is not helping us here. This afternoon we meet Kellie who has flown in from Hamburg.
Yesterday we drove (in a bus - the car will stay in the garage here in Sorrento) to Amalfi and everthing we had been told about this drive is true. I have great respect for SITA bus drivers. We went on a little further to Minori and Maori - our favourites - far from the madding tourists - walked a little ...
... off at the local ATM.... Boy was this more than I expected. The moment I put my card almost near the "slot", all these bells/whistles/alarms went off! The noise was deafening....and both of us didn't know what to do.... I pictured being carried off by the local carabinieri, and thrown in jail .... well at least I would have a girl friend with me... . With the blasting sounds ringing in our ears, we went next door to the grocery story, and picked ...
... to have lunch. Bev and Linda had seafood, and the boys had pizza. the ruins were very interesting and there is quite a lot to see, the three temples are surprisingly big when you get up close, and there are lots of ruined walls and columns. We walked around the museum and saw the archaeological discoveries, small broaches, large ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking