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... When Marina and I were in Positano. In a lemon shop I heard a voice, along with Marina, and both of us said, simultaneously : " Ken Knepper. That is Ken's voice, isn't' it? ". Excited and disbelieving what we were hearing. I turned around and saw "Ken"... (It was not the real Ken)... And my jaw dropped. Same hair, same mustache,same face, same profile, same voice, same mannerisms............. OMG!!! I instantly felt compelled to talk to this man. "Excuse me, but ...
Wow what a day. Words can't begin to describe what we have seen today. The Amalfi Coast is stunning, gorgeous, amazing, beautiful. The photos will not do it justice. We started the morning by hopping on the hop on hop off at 10am which took us through amazing scenery. We did a loop around the bottom peninsula from Sorrento to Massa Lubrense, then Termini then Sant'Agata then back to Sorrento. This took about 1 3/4 hours and was a ...
Maegan got in quite late last night, we were starting to get worried until she arrived. So good to see her at last.This morning David, Maegan & Alex headed off to get the hire car and returned a couple of hours later with a BMW X1 for us to get around in.We squished all of our bags and ourselves in and headed of for Vietri Sul Mare.
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... the food, it really was out of this world. After our fish 'n' chips we took a stroll back to the main square to take a look at the cities cathedral. We walked up the steps of the cathedral to get a good view of Aamlfi. Even though we were only in Amalfi for a couple of hours we fell in love with this place. We got some nice pictures of us with the cathedral in the background. We then had a quick look at the souvenir shops before getting yet again another gelato where we ...
... to Amalfi. While it is only 1.7 km, it is a BIG hill, both down and back. As I tried to follow the rules of walking roads as I know them in the USA, I was having a treacherous time. The roads are again very narrow but the traffic is even faster moving and crazier than in Capri. No scooters here for me! I can barely walk the roads! As I was heading down the hill, I was getting lots of honks from cars or motor cycles. I thought, wow, I must look ...