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... look so classy. And then a big baggy shirt! Of course there's no room in the luggage for anything though! I'm loving the style over here. They know how to dress, but more importantly, they know how to look stylish. Working on it. Not happening at the moment. Getting so sick of the same travel clothes but they do serve their purpose. Well the Amalfi Coast is as beautiful as they say it is but, once again, a day is ...
... and sat in the park eating our lunch. Of course it was gelato for me again :). Finally, back on the bus and back to Rome. What I saw: The Almafi coast! What I ate: Pastries from "Lo Scugnizzo" snack shop: a Sfoglietella and a Custard and Nutella filled long donut-type thing. The were delicious++!!!!!! An Arangino di riso. This was a risotto ball. I didn't love it, but I liked it. I had ...
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The only problem with this place is time slips by so fast while you sit, relax and just watch the view and the people.
Eventually we had to drag ourselves away and get back up to the pick-up spot or we would not make it back to Rome before midnight.
On the way back to the car we did make one more stop - to buy some locally made Limoncello (and the recipe for how to make your own).
It was a pleasant drive back to the hotel, ...
... to catch the ferry back but the weather turned nasty so I will save that until I go back to Positano.
The drive along the Amalfi Coast road is one of the great scenery drives in the world. The road was originally built by the Romans, amazing people, and is carved out of the side of the cliff giving spectacular plunging views down to the Tyrrhenian Sea and towering trips above. ...
... some dramas along the way! Luckily once I finally reached Amalfi, found my tour group and had a wine in hand in a beautiful new country I could smile, tell a good travel story and think just how fortunate I was to even be there! Now to the real reason I was headed to Naples, to sail the Amalfi coast! My home away from home for the past 10 days has been a 50 foot sail boat named E'magica which we sailed through the Amalfi coast exploring Ischia, Capri, Sorrento, Pompeii, Procida and ...