|View from B&B balcony|
We took the bus to Ravello and enjoyed some of the local wine and views looking down onto the coast.
We ate fish.
We strolled around Amalfi and happened to bump into Laura from “Ciao Amalfi” on the lungamare. Sometimes Italy can be a small world.
The next day we walked to nearby Atrani and enjoyed what Amalfi probably looked like before tourism became the number one activity. There is an easy walk through a connecting tunnel or take the scenic route amongst the houses above the highway. We did some exploring of the narrow side streets of Amalfi and had a big lunch at one of the restaurants on the beach.
On Sunday we got up and had very expensive caffe’ and cappuccino in the piazza facing the Duomo. Table service with no pastries or cookies for 7 euro – ouch!
It has been a few years since we have been able to get away by ourselves, usually we are showing clients or guests what Italy has to offer. This was a nice diversion.
Hi Bryan, Fun blog post! What great weather you guys had in Amalfi. It was so fun to bump into you and Valerie! I love it when Italy feels so small. :-) Hope you'll be able to make it back up this way again soon. One of these days I want to check out your neck of the ... um ... mountains? Ciao ciao, Laura
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