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We saw everything we wanted to see in Positano and decided to head to Amalfi. We caught the jet ferry and laid on these wonderful comfy sling-type chairs. The water was glass so the ride was smooth and it didn't take much to drift into a short but satisfying nap. Our trip to Amalfi was a quick 45 minutes by boat. The views of Amalfi from the water is very pretty, it's blue water, green hills, rocky cliffs, and buildings stacked on top of each other like Lego blocks. ...
... to the beach was lined with shops, Bev and Linda were in and out of these little shops, nothing better than shopping therapy. We stopped at
a little cafe covered in a vine half way down for coffee very pleasant. Down onto the beach and we found a restaurant called La Pergola on the beachfront and Bev and Linda decided to have a cocktail while the boys went swimming. The Bellini cocktails came with olives ...
... snug, short swim trunks but at least they're not Speedos. There are beach clubs with memberships for the locals, where you get access to changing rooms and chairs with umbrellas. Apparently you can buy a day pass but the free beach was so nice we didn't need it. Then it was back to our hotel, where we were offered more Negronis (ugh) and ate local seafood for dinner. Our room was painted to look like an ancient frescoed palace in Pompeii, in vivid colors.
... where the animals listen to classical music, have soft mats for naps and can get massaged by car wash brushes when they wish. After the tour and lots of pictures of happy buffaloes, we were treated to a taste of that morning's batch. It is like a cold 'cheese-sickle’. It is extra messy. With each bite, whey runs out of the cheese and down our chins. The flavor is so fresh and intense. I am a fan. Tastes like that definitely give me the urge to ...
... were in a 'Quality’ built Lancia with the steering wheel on the wrong side and trying to drive on the right about to tackle a road that’s barely wide enough for a scooter that has traffic going in both directions – wicked!
The drive down to Amalfi wasn’t actually that bad, I managed a solid 2 hours of driving without an accident ...
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