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... again at some points, which climbing up rock faces and navigating the track like bad asses. This track (compared to yesterday) offered less rehydrating opportunities (1 in total), but more wizz opportunities. Which was excellent because I had made it my mission to sip more often during the journey. It may seem like a simple tip, but always ensure you are angled with the wee heading down hill away from your ...
Today was a slow start after the long drive yesterday. We walked around Ravello which is small and then took a bus to Amalfi. After walking up and down the lovely hill top alleys, buying Limoncello, some pottery from a notable local artist, we stopped for lunch at a small trattoria slightly off the tourist trail. Lots of locals. When I asked for garlic butter for my calamari, he nearly had a ...
... the Valle dele Ferriere. This was billed as an easy walk. It took us 3 hours to get to the top of the path and back to Amalfi. The upper part of the walk/climb followed a rushing stream. The goal was to be a waterfall at the top of the trail, but it was an anticlimactic weir. The way involved lots of steps with intervals of ...
... suite, which included a jacuzzi overlooking the water. The front desk staff was incredibly helpful and the pastries at breakfast were delicious. The Path of the Gods was definitely a highlight of our stay in Amalfi. Once we are home and settled, I will try to share more photos from our trip. In the meantime, I am including a few from our last day in Italy. I hope you enjoyed the blog - ciao! P.s. Have arrived home safe and sound, along with all of our ...
... some exaggerations about all that we had done.
Ravello nr. 2 - Having sworn to the heavens that I would not climb such heights ever again, I simply followed Gwenn as she gently suggested we "explore" the alleys between sumptuous homes south of Amalfi... gently climbing and so much so that I hardly noticed that we were indeed climbing until... there was no mistaking: we were going up steep concrete and ancient steps seriously uphill. ...