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... and a tempermental GPS that sent us down many a wrong road (an intermittent and erratic delay of up to 100 metres not helpful). We learnt to ignore the GPS picture that frequently showed the car heading over the cliff of the narrow road that steeply zig zagged up the 365 metres to the exquisite Ravello - aptly described in tourist brochures as sitting like an eagle's nest high above the Amalfi Coast. It ...
... has two gorgeous gardens to get lost in - Villa Cimbrone and Villa Rufolo. Villa Cimbrone has a special atmosphere with a combination of traditional english and italian landscaped gardens. It's all enhanced by decorative fountains, temples, pavilions and statues. (Steven & Patric - it looks like your garden - you would be in heaven)
Regrettably we depart ...
... gardens provide wonderful views of the coastline and waters. Many nooks and crannies provide private viewings for that moment of romance., smooching on a bench in the sunshine while 1200 feet above beautiful waters. That leads to maybe the best part of all, we decided to walk back to our hotel. That means walking down stone steps all the way down to the highway in Minori. So dropping about 1100 feet, my calculation is that is about 1,850 ...
... to eight story high! Who knows….maybe even higher but what an incredible view we had!
We were met shortly afterwards by a local guide who made us follow him along narrow cobblestone streets where exclusive boutiques and little cafes were seen on both sides of it. A mental note was made on several of these shops as I had every intentions of ...
... bought another leather purse (it seems to be the national pastime - I'm surprised that the country doesn't smell like leather!) and some pastries. We got meats, cheeses, and pasta salad to eat in the square for lunch, but I never got hungry enough to eat them. I wanted to save the calories for our big dinner at the hotel in the evening where we get together to say arrivederchi to Tuscany. On the way home we stopped to go into an Etruscan tomb that had recently been found and ...