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After a nice continental breakfast of coffee and croissants, it was time to catch a bus and head to the Amalfi coast. The 90 minute incredibly windy bus ride from Sorrento to Amalfi seemed to pass quite quickly. We only almost crashed twice, and at one point our bus only overtook a coach!!
After looking round Amalfi it was time to sit down and take in the ...
... managed to find a somewhat quiet spot away from the crowds to have a light lunch and do some people watching. One of the streets is so narrow that they have a street light that controls traffic traveling one way at a time. The red light is so long that motorists have to turn their cars off while they wait for the green light!! We boarded the boat and they dropped us at Positano for just over an hour, where we took our guide's advice and stayed close to ...
... built within rock faces. Was impressive. When we arrived to Amalfi we went to a bakery where we had some mind blowing pastries. Mine was filled with ricotta and orange. Was scrumptious. We looked around the town for about an hour then we went down to the port where we jumped aboard a small boat which took us up and down the Amalfi Coast. We got amazing views of other coastal towns as well as the houses of famous actors and ...
Friday 16th May
Today I planned to take a bus to Amalfi. There are two different ways to get there by bus. Option 1: Public transport bus, stopping all stations, crowded hard to get a seat €2.30. Option 2:Private company bus, big and red, non stop to Positano and then on to Amalfi, comfy guaranteed seat, tour guide via a headset €12 return. I picked the second option. I ...
... day. But crazy as we are, we still make the long trek down to Amalfi town to buy some fresh bread for dinner and some lemon candy that this region is also famous for. And of course we took our trusty umbrellas, breaking in a few places but still serving their purpose. The rain started coming down so hard that we had to run under an awning of a cafe and wait it out for awhile, of course watching our Keen sandals and Smart Wool socks fill with water. We had a break in the rain so ...