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... narrow!!! But Faj handled it extremely well and we were not going to let it ruin our trip! We walked through many of the stores around Sorrento, looking out for shoes and purses, of course. For dinner we went to a cute restaurant that gave us a lot of free food and had great music throughout our meal - it was quite the restaurant experience.
Saturday morning we were up early and ready to hit the road to Venice!!!
... into the Sorrento Grand Hotel Cicerone, and back on SMALL BUSSES to drive/visit the AMALFI COAST AND THE TOWN OF POSITRONO,
The Amalfi coast road is narrow, on the cliffs which drop straight down perhaps a thousand feet, has numerous switchbacks, beautiful cliff homes. Positrono is home to jet setters and Sophia
Loren, and Gucci style exquisite shops with switch back cliff roads ...
... its a very mountainous area, seeing Vesuvius fairly close it pretty cool. The city has grown up along the sides of the mountain, so if it goes again as it is still active, there is no way everyone is getting out in time, too many people and too little ways for everyone to get out of the way in time. This is called the Campania region and as said before is mountainous, very green all over the place, all of it next to the beautiful blue Mediterranean sea and you can see why it was ...
Prior to our time spent in Malta we had spent just one night in Catania, Sicily, where we caught the very short flight to the Maltese islands. Similarly, we spent a night in Catania on the way back towards mainland Italy as well. The eastern coast of Sicily is also home to Taormina, which is a popular beach resort town that we only had the chance to see briefly as our regional train zipped through but seems to be a very popular destination. The Sicilian countryside is ...
... then get to Salerno for the gorgeous bus ride along the coast back to Sorrento before you lose the light for photos on the last bit.
Anyway, I had two hours in Positano (three would have been better but I came back on Monday!), another couple in Amalfi (which has its own character, though, like the Cinque Terre, is similar to the other coastal towns), then took the ferry to Salerno so as to take the Sita bus from the train station there along the coast back to ...