Il Ducato Di Ravello
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... in 1932 by a local sailor, Luigi Buonocore. The grotto was named "Emerald" for the incredible colors that filter from an underground opening and fill the cave with intense nuances of green. The inside of the cavern is filled with stalagmites, stalactites and strange "work of arts" created by time and nature.The Emerald Grotto combines the characteristic of an inland grotto with those of a ...
... After such hard work we had to have another meal! Our time with Allessandra was wonderful. She is open and forthright and we talked for hours about her dreams and goals. She is mature well beyond her 22 years, while being passionate, vibrant. All with a sense of humor.
Decided to take our lives into our hands and walk to town. Crazy Italian drivers, no sidewalk and then 1000 stairs. Great meal and a taxi home. I'm not THAT crazy. Buona nolte.
... fabulous day , the view was magic and we can see why many a famous person came here to relax, reflect and revive themselves!
Travelled by bus to Amalfi & boat to Positano. These towns are very different to Cinque Terra, bigger population, larger towns but still gorgeous with majestic views. Had dinner back in Ravello at a local family Ristorante with a well known local identity - her clients are her family - she never married - real character.
Hands down Ravello has some of the best views of the Amalfi Coast and some have argued the world. In fact many locals believe this is where Satan took Jesus to temp him a second time. (luke 4:5-8 )I understand why-It is just plain picturesque and spectacular. The views from the gardens and the church take your breath away and the town itself is encompassed by vineyards and olive fields.
This little town is remote but still very touristy. It’s famous for the ...
... appreciated and more enjoyed. The weather had become much warmer and the wind calm for that matter.
While eating, I felt on cloud nine as I admired the richness of the sea’s blue and turquoise colors set against the greyish cliffs and emerald green trees. Too bad we couldn’t stay here even longer, like a whole week or so was what I thought ...