We feel we are done with Naples and all the sites around it. It has been great, but the weather has done it's toll on us. We have lost some of the enthusiasm we had towards the last, and it was totally because of the rain. There is more rain expected, but moving on, we will hope for a little sun to brighten our day. This morning we headed further south. Paestum is a tiny community on the coast, about 30 minutes driving time from Salerno, or about an hour and a half from our campground in Pompei. Half of our trip this morning was riding just off the coast, and the rest was around the back-side of some of the mountains. You no sooner pull into Paestum (PASTE-oom), and in a field beside the road you see one of the best collections of Greek temples found anywhere. We kind of played it cool, and drove right by, because our first project for the day was finding a campgound. The one thing we found out, we had a lot of campgrounds to chose from. We had heard about one in particular, so now all we had to do was search it out. I hate to put this in writting, but I think we have finally learned how to find the campground we are looking for. Anyway, we did find the one we wanted and after checking in, we went for a walk on the beach. This campground is located right on the shores of the Med, and has some wonderful fine sand as far out as you can walk. We didn't get into the water today, but there were quite a few swimming. The sun was doing a good job of keeping the rain off of us most of the time, but every time we started to feel a little comfortable, a cloud threw a shower at us. Tomorrow is shown to be a mostly sunny day, so we will go to the Greek temple site in the morning and then... travel onto Rome.