Palazzo della Marra
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... pathways and streets along the way. Once we found it we were again treated to a spectacular meal and, of course, more views. Nearly everyone here was Italian as far as we could tell which made it more enjoyable. My Gnocci and tomato sauce was very simple but so flavorful. The tomato sauce in Italy always has actual tomato chunks in it and they taste so fresh and different from the usual pureed sauces we get in the Midwest. I do ...
... and finding no other redeeming factors we decided to head home. We stopped at Atrani on the coast for a bite of lunch. We found a delightful pizzeria located underneath the road looking towards the beach and down the coast. Now when I say beach it is not like home. And actually in this weather looked very sad - black coarse sand with rows of seats lined up all empty waiting for the tourists. Lunch was lovely - pizza and a salad but no ...
... be too late and not age appropriate for the girls. Big mistake; by now they were used to dining and sleeping late and it would have been a life memory for sure. A spectacular poster of such a concert showing the stage seemingly cantilevered into the infinite night, with the lights of Maiori and Salerno providing the backdrop, was as close as we ...
... exit outside the garage due to the lack of space. To exit the garage, we stood outside the door, watching for traffic to signal Chuck because there is limited visibility from the garage or the highway, made even more treacherous by the fact that it is now nightfall. The road to Ravello was as narrow with hairpin curves as the Almalfi Coast highway.
The ride was worth it as we ate a wonderful supper at a lovely little ristorante, Cumpa Cosimo. ...
... the funicular up to Anacapri situated on a plateau about half way up the mountain where most visitors spend their time to gaze out over the water to the Bay of Naples and the Sorrentino Peninsula, have their meals, and have some liquid refreshments or gelato. Anacapri is a little bit more quiet than Capri town, but still pretty busy with tourists. Our guide took us on a walking tour to introduce us to Casa Rossa (red house) built by ...