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Woke up to perfect weather after a bit of a lay in for Mr Hands, enjoyed our breakfast in the sun room and headed down the hill to catch a bus to Nocelle, a small town slightly inland and high up.
I would not be a bus driver for anything!. The tight corners, traffic and pedestrians on the road would send me home to drink at the end of each day. And at the same time they are often climbing or descending on the edge of cliffs. On occasion we had ...
Yes- well, naturally another BIG day of touring. Today we were taken by bus to visit 3 towns on the Amalfi Coast --Ravello, Amalfi and Positano. To do this of course means a long drawn out near death experience as the bus rounds every blind hairpin bend.... A tad tense when we faced off against a bigger bus and had to reverse some distance!
All the towns were picturesque and just ...
... always land on their feet so it would be ok…lol.
After getting settled into our BEAUTIFUL and CLEAN room, we decided to go to one of the restaurants that Angelo recommended for our Mother’s Day dinner. It was Trattoria La Tagliata located a short walk uphill from Mamma Rosa’s.
There we were greeted with a family type hospitality and had the most wonderful meal of our trip so far…and quite possibly ever for that matter. There is no menu at ...
... stairs so we decided to do the same and walk down the stairs to see where they took us. At the lookout we saw another family and we saw them again here and followed them down the stairs. We were keen to get down to the water so we detoured off to the beach instead of the town, it was a very long way down. More than 900 steps in fact as Josh counted them on the way up. The stairs took us past many people’s homes and also hotels. Each home had ...
... pretty compared to the rough Naples you have to pass through to get there.
We are pleased we came here and it would have been nice to have more time to visit Pompei which is on the train route half way between here and Napoli. I would have also liked to have time to build in more time on the Amalfi coast and do one of the nice walks around the region. Yes its a bit expensive and tourist filled - but that is pretty much the same everywhere in Europe!