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... I should go to Paestum the next day or not. Greek ruins an hour South that took a crammed train and confusing bus transfer. I decided no thanks. Paestum can wait. So that was a free Sunday in Salerno where everything is closed and the amalfi buses aren't running regularly. That was OK I thought. I'll just wander about. And I did and it was fine, I met a policeman and accidentally went on a date with him - he paid for aperitivo and lunch and was ...
... were clearly seen. Even the ruts made by chariots in the cobble stoned streets!
A drive along the Amalfi coast was a feast of beautiful sights,
A photo stop at Postiano was fabulous... and the lemon trees and cherry laden trees in the villages were great,
... cliffs most of the way. There were numbers along the way to indicate we were on the right track, however it was still hard to follow. Most of the trip was more appropriate for goats, not fifty year olds. The views were stunning and the sea was a gorgeous blue. A lot of the time it looked like the sea meet the ocean. We saw goats,a lot of skinks, mules a few birds a couple of old men tending their gardens, two men having lunch that were improving the ...
... the main square. At one end is the via Cammarelle with every designer shop in existence and as it states in our Lonely Planet book, "it is like walking into a page from Vogue magazine". The restaurants in the area compete with oner another for celebrities photographed in their restaurants. We enjoyed spotting the stars and came across DeNiro, Princess Caroline, Beyonce, Anne Hathaway, Mariah Carey to name but a few. Had ...
... her a tidbit or two. Dinner was wonderful, and then we went for an evening walk along the main street, popping by many shops that were open late, and even resting on the stairs of a little church where a choir was practicing some songs – heaven!
Al and I both agreed that Positano is for lovers, with its storybook quality, cozy streets, sunny people and beautiful views of the ...