Hotel Vietri Coast
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More big city. Driving here is like driving bumper cars. The trick is to avoid crashes. So far so good. As one of the tour books stated red lights are discretionary. Don"t count on your fellow driver observing them. We got into the city and immediately parked the car and toured by foot. The plaza are filled with men standing around. We have been told that unemployment is high (12.7%) and as a result crime is also high. We never felt threatened. ...
Yay sleep in and another great day in Amalfi town. This place is one of my favorites. After a beautiful buffet Breaky we head out to take the open top bus and go to Ravallo for a look. The windy roads really are something else and the bus drivers .., well they should get medals for their navigation skills. The scenery is spectacular and the history is so interesting. We arrived at Ravallo. The turn is buzzing and it is Sunday and the local church is open for business. ...
... with information about Amalfi, the name of the island we went by "Isola Digali" and helped me to know where to find a taxi once I arrived. The boat first stopped in Positano and I have shared a few pictures of that beautiful town. I will visit Positano later in the coming days. I loved Positano last year.
Once we were on our way from Positano to Amalfi, Antonio asked me if I wanted something to eat and ...
... to the house. We dreamed it could be us working and living in such a place....ahhhh dreams. After dreaming, we started back down and the last town, Raito, was charming. Pretty houses, doors, gates, public artwork and tile work. We heard the church bells ring for 6 o'clock Mass and a young man singing. Closer to the main highway where our bus back to Maiori would pick us up, we spotted one last small beach. ...
I don't even know where to start - I don't think mere words will be able to describe our experience today. (we have a video when we get home if anyone wants to see it) Our driver today for the Amalfi Coast was Carmello Monetti - Rick Steves describes him as "a jolly, singing, in-love-with-life grandfatherly type who speaks non-stop 'inventive English'." He never stopped talking for nine and a half hours, he had a menagerie of animal sound effects (Italian ones), he sang ...