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We rented a car in Rome and drove here…surviving the hairpin turns as we climbed the mountainous road to Montepertuso. We spent 5 GLORIOUS days there!! Our B&B overlooked the Mediterranean. One day we walked the 1,000 steps down the mountain to Positano below. We walked past small cottages, each with their vegetable gardens, and past an olive orchard! Bellissima!!! I could write a book! (Maybe I will!)Can’t wait to go back someday. Thank you for these memories! We hiked from Ravello to Amalfi through little towns with breathtaking sea views, lemon farms, woods with old ruins to explore…it was amazing. Went on a tour of Italy in 1996 and have lovely memories of Rome and the Amalfi coast. Cannot wait for the opportunity to return and enjoy the sights, sounds and food. Stay safe everyone. The Amalfi Coast is one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever traveled! I was going to be there again this October but now have to wait till 2021. It will be worth the wait. Loved this post! Dreaming about this very trip. My oldest, dearest friend and I had to cancel it for this year. We are both cancer survivors and have dreamt of this for many years. We can’t wait for our dream to come true.A waterfront restaurant in Positano had Maine Lobster in a tank with a sign saying to choose your own. They were quite proud to offer it. Coming from Massachusetts, I declined, but it led to an interesting conversation with the maitre de. This brings back one of our most vivid travel memories. In 1999, we also stayed a few days in Sorrento. A coworker had told us that it was the best place for a jumping-off point to see Pompeii. One day, we decided to hop on one of the cheap public buses for a ride down the Amalfi Coast. But my wife is very prone to motion sickness, and the curvy road did a number on her. Halfway down the coast, she was saying “Please! Get me off of this bus!” But, of course, I couldn’t. Arriving in Amalfi, she stumbled off, and sat on the closest bench to recover. Somehow, she’d managed not to vomit, but she was feeling miserable. She must have still been looking green when she walked into a pharmacy in Amalfi. The pharmacist handed her a package of motion-sickness pills without her having to say a word. We still laugh about it.