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Travel Blogs from Ravello
... small town of 2500 residents who serve tourists well, with tourism being the backbone of the economy in this area. Views spectacular making our stopover high on our list of favourites.
Whilst Karen and I figured out how to use the automated pay loos Tim got into conversation with an English tourist who walked us to the hotel where she and her husband were staying and where we too checked in. ...
Buon Giorno! We started our day with a short time on the lounge chairs by the sea. Ho hum....it still takes my breath away. We couldn't stay long as we needed to be showered, dressed and ready for Allessandra Bellantonio! The newest travel guide in Amalfi. She picked us up in her small car, about the size of a mini cooper or less and was kind enough to drive us to Ravello. This is a beautiful small village high up on the mountain, overlooking the sea. ...
... so pretty - the mountains behind - bellissimo. Dinner on the terrace enjoying the gorgeous view. Madelina made us feel very welcome. We woke up to the workers on the 3 tiers below us - so close! When we took a closer look there was 2 donkeys standing patiently while their buckets on their backs were being filled with rubble to be carted away. No room for utes, trucks or anything else! Donkeys & horses where the mode of transport before the ...
... setting on our cameras while trying to stay in the sun to avoid shivering. Once we got back to Sorrento we spent the afternoon walking around and picking up all the request from back home. On the way back to the hotel I showed Danielle and Allie one of the great views in Sorrento. This one was a view we passed everyday last year walking to and from our hotel. After that we were walking back to our hotel and stumbled upon a lemon and orange garden!
... vistas and vantage points enjoying the downhill walk home.
This really is a stunningly beautiful part of the world. Surprisingly and most wonderfully there were very few people out and about, so wending our way along the narrow walkways, it felt we had the place to ourselves.
We really should have had an early night, but didn't.....
We have had a most memorable Italian ...