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... is not just a tourist trap. It definitely has a culture of its own and people who still hold to their traditions… and we’re about to stumble on a very cool Amalfi tradition: the percussion concert contest. I’m not sure exactly how it works, but it seems that each neighbourhood gets together and forms a giant percussion band, practicing in an empty garage (where the sound is almost deafening!) and everybody who wants to can play an instrument. ...
Our breakfast arrived at 8:10 and we enjoyed it in the sun on our terrace. We spent the day discovering Positano. We walked down to the beach front, enjoyed a coffee overlooking the beach promenade, and went to see the port. Here we found a multitude of offerings for ferries, boat tours, and boat hire. We chose a boat tour to Capri ...
... 00 E. The tomatoes ooze with sweetness, the mozzarella so fresh, a drizzle of extra virgin olive oil and a splash of balsamic glaze. Oh so good! Then the gnocchi, that melts in your mouth, with fresh sweet tomatoe sauce, all complemented with a lovely basket of bread. This is my second favorite meal that I have had in Italy. In the evening we attend the Fish Festival, the largest celebration for the people of Positano. We walk over to the next beach ...
... travelled most of the day to get to our destination in Athens. We did stop at a road stop that served up some pretty great souvlaki (pork on skewer). This was the first bit of meat we had all had in soooo long and it was fantastic!! We were staying at the Presidential Hotel in Athens and it was quite fancy. The beds were actually soft and fluffy. Not something we were used to! We went out for dinner as a group to a lovely family owned restaurant. The ...
We took a Circumvesuviana local commuter from Sorrento to Pompeii. It was easy, and Sorrento is the last stop of this train. It took us 40 minutes on the train to get to Pompeii. In the train a friendly local woman started to chat with us in Italian, she didn't speak English but knew a few words of French, so between French, Italian and a silent language we had a conversation about where we are from and where we are going. She said that she is an ...