Villaggio Lido Paradiso
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... s talking vicariously to both her and now to me, all these decades and hundreds of years later. In one breath telling us to 'get over him', in the next, whispering to their friends that we aren't as pretty and full of female allures as we once were. I still get enough boy-attention, so I suppose I'm not as old and hag-like as I envision. I also don't feel sad that I have no real interest in flirting or annoyed that I have crows feet and the beginnings of a wrinkly ...
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 ...
... me by throwing the salad together, while I made my Sauterne friend potatos. Dinner was ready, for serving at 9:00p.m. In bringing the large pot, with, drunken mushroom sauce, to the table, it took Manuel doing a dancing act, trying to fit the huge, very hot pan on a too small wooden trivet. "Jacques , there are three steaks in the pot. You have one , Manuel has one, and Marina and I share the third. ". I said trying to warn him that the steak (chop) ...
... and one small grocery we went back to the boat. Just off the stern of Milena, friends of Jacques were offering us a cold cup if sangria. Wow, did that taste good, in this all too hot town, behind a huge break wall to the sea. Once on Milena, we all sat down, and shared a liter of cold water, before anyone could think of either preparing or eating lunch. Cold lunch meats, and a Greek-Italian green salad was perfect, as we washed it down with a very mild white ...
... back to our rooms to finish packing before checkout. We were checked out and on the buses a little after 10 and headed to the Paestum archaeological site. At the archaeological site we saw some Paestum ruins including three temples. First the temple of Athena, then the temple of Poseidon, and finally the temple of Zeus and Hera. On site we listened to an Art and Arch lecture by Dr. Freni and a ...