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... 8212;you’ve got to be very focused on the road. Walking has it’s drawbacks too, with no sidewalk or shoulder, but it’s definitely the best option, with cool surprises around every bend. Sometimes a beautiful mansion almost hanging from the cliff, sometimes a stone stairway that disappears up the mountain. There’s village tucked away way up there… maybe another time… It’s dusk when we reach our next town, Atrani, ...
... opposing drivers face, there is no "sheer terror" look, like I am sure they briefly glimpse in mine! They are so relaxed, so dare I say it, yes, some even on their mobile phones....not texting though but still!! Italians, means "nerves of steel".
Exciting stuff, finally we made it however, our hotel was undergoing constructional repairs and half the road was closed! How do they handle that the Italian way? They erect temporary red/green lights ...
... for a beach on the other side of the island. When I got there I saw a big rock like an island and I relaxed on it. The water was crystal clear and there were lots of deck chairs on the beach. Mum and Dad watched us from a rocky balcony over hanging the water.
When we got back to Sorrento for the night Will and I played on the beach and Mum and Dad had a drink with Michelle and Allan.
By Tom Carder (Some ideas from Mum and ...
... with some ruined turkish baths as well as some roman and later buildings. Now it is used as an exhibition space, currently hosting an exhibition of sculptures. During the summer months Ravello hosts Musical Festivals, and Villa Rufolo erects a podium off the Belvedere ( garden promenade) that is used by the visiting musicians to perform against the backdrop of the spectacular scenery of coastline and ...
... and continue South through a few...what I am trying to say is we thought we would go UP to Pogerola and then across to Pontone, eventually over to Ravello and then down to the sea and a town called Atrani. Well, instead the trail we started on took us all the way back DOWN to the back side of....OMG, Amalfi town!! Yes we ended up back down where we had hiked up from just a couple hours before and from even a higher altitude since we went up to Pogerola. We decided we couldn't ...