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... my hike yesterday, I see a side road heading up to Grugnano, a town tucked in the hills. The day is quickly slipping away, but I decide I’ve got to check it out. But it ends up being a long, boring stretch of countryside that I’m just going to have to backtrack on later. I finally reach some apartment buildings, but no “heart of the city”… just a dead end up an alley with large semi-rural estates. I decide to give up and just head on ...
... and speaks pretty good English. So, we settle in for the night. Unfortunately, everything is closed and we don't have any food or wine! Only some homemade lemoncello. We also discover, the hard way, that there is a step down around the refrigerator (between the refrigerator and table.) a definite hazard for the klutz family!
Well tomorrow's a new day; our first full day in Italy and first on the Amalfi Coast.
... one gets in the fastest line then we will buy from that ticket agent. This time I was the winner. We purchased two tickets to Catania Sicily which is a city on the east coast of Sicily bordering the Ionian Sea (part of the Mediterranean Sea). The man that sold us our tickets stated he understood English, a little, and told us this ticket was for a train all the way to Catania, but still we asked again where will we change from the train to the ferry to cross over from mainland ...
... pretty little shops selling all things lemon. Lemoncelo, lemon tablecloths, lemon chocolate, hand painted lemons on tiles, tabletops, platters, you name it and Positano had it with a lemon on it.
As the sun set over the sparkling water, we headed back to our balcony for an apperitvo. Although our original plan was to check out the town by night, as the sky darkened and the twinkling lights of the town started to dot the cliffs, it seemed too ...
Wow, we had been warned not to stay directly in Naples and I thought we'd managed to be far enough out. But unregulated urban sprawl seems to know no bounds. Southern Italy is a lot poorer. And apparently the Mafia has a lot more to do with the running of the area and the provision (or lack of) public services.
But what a hole! Rubbish everywhere, rotting concrete, the stink was insane, the people weren't that lovely, ...