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Travel Blogs from Positano
It’s impossible to compare the various places we’ve
travelled to but Positano was a gem found on the Amalfi coast of Italy.
Kelley’s brother had gone to Italy on his honeymoon so we pretty much followed
their itinerary and headed to Positano from Florence. We had to train to Naples then train to Sorrento and …
Day 19 (Wednesday, 22nd September)
- Another warning … and I was happy to be in Positano
Left La Controra early at around 7.30am to catch a local bus that would bring me somewhere near the SITA bus station (still a 15min walk away after I alighted). Again, a kind lady on the bus saw that I was obviously a tourist and asked where …
I'll keep it short.
The rooms are disgusting. The rooms are
NEVER vacuumed and is not possible to sleep because the bad smell
caused by the toxic substance they use on the wall in order to keep
off mosquitos and other insects.
The shower is so dirty you will have to
wear slippers to keep from getting a foot …
I had been looking forward to my time in Positano for a while - the famous town on the Amalfi Coast that until now I had only seen as the subject of a jigsaw puzzle. I caught the train down to Sorrento, then boarded the bus to Positano - an hour long ride that while rounded some stunning bends and stretches of coast, left me feeling a little queasy …
From the train station in Salerno, I hopped on a bus to Amalfi then transfered to Positano. The Amalfi coast is the single most beautiful coastline i've ever seen. There may be other beautiful beaches, but this is the most amazing stretch of coastline hands down. Literally, sickeningly beuatiful - the bus ride is treacherous and motion sickness is …