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... like Cinque Terre... by old Mumma's and Pappa"s, and a tiny mono rail... or perhaps just baskets tied to their backs... I just don't know. Rugged mountain ranges, grape vines, and housing all close together... most close to the waters edge, but some climbing up the mountain... it truly is a beautiful sight.
Our launch trip lasted around 90 minutes and we continued to be enthralled. Next we were a little further out from the coast ...
... only souvenirs she sells then, as it must be a regular occurrence for them to rip off customers. She said she wouldn't charge me full price for the item, and would discount it. She knocked off full Euro. I begrudgingly paid her for the "damaged" item, and instead of wishing her a good day, I wished her the day she deserves. I have no doubt that karma will reward her many times over, as will my "glowing" recommendation of their establishment on trip advisor. ...
... it was cooler. We ordered our meals and had some wonderful seafood pasta dishes. The tomatoes they use in their sauce is amazing and we all agree that they are the best tomatoes ever! One of the reasons I wanted to eat here was because they make this amazing filo pastry dessert with pear and ricotta.
Ever since I ate it 2 years ago I couldn't get it out of my head and tried many times to replicate it at home and never managed to achieve it. A few of us order ...
Our adventure began at 0400 when Keenan woke us all declaring it was time to get up. Apparently we haven't adjusted to Rome time yet. So we walked the streets until 0645 when our tour van picked us up for a daylong adventure. Our first stop was the Amalfi Coast, the absolute beautiful ocean front property south of Napoli(Naples). They are known for lemon growing on steep ocean facing terraces and pottery. But the one thing we will ...
... 26 people so at least it's a smaller bus. There are quite a few Americans in it by the sounds of accents. Driving through the Sorrento streets (slowly! Must be a nightmare in peak season). Gosh there are some lovely clothes in the shops. The drive was beautiful but very windy. Unfortunately I'm on the mountain side of the bus but hopefully will get ocean views on the way back. Positano is beautiful. Of course ...