From the Archives: Amalfi Coast, ITALY

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I’ve said it before… but I feel very fortunate to have had the opportunity to travel the world. There are far more places that I haven’t been, than I have. Yet having been to around 40 countries, I’ve seen enough to ‘get the bug’. To some, 40 countries may be a lot… to others, not very many. It depends on your perspective. If you live in Europe, it’s nothing. If you live in the USA, it’s more than most.

Either way, I love the beauty and culture of new places. I find that Europe in particular has so much history, architecture, and scenery, which gives it a great depth of character.

We do love Italy… I’m not sure I’ve been anywhere in Italy I haven’t liked. The food is amazing, the people gregarious, and the atmosphere eclectically wonderful. If you’ve been to Venice, you know exactly what I mean.

I pulled these photos out of a trip my husband and I took in 2008 to the Amalfi Coast. With houses hanging on the sides of mountains, colorful rooftops and city domes as they jut right into the sea… it’s fantastically picturesque.

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While in Amalfi Coast we spent time in many of the small cities along the coast, including Sorrento, Amalfi, Positano, and Cefula. Each has it’s own charm.

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The mix of sea, land, food, culture, and picturesque landscape is absolutely intoxicating. Just looking at the photos makes me want to go back. Thanks for reminiscing with me.

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One thought on “From the Archives: Amalfi Coast, ITALY

  1. Thanks Kathy

    Reminds us of Cinque Terra. Thank you. Hope your trip is going well. It was so good seeing you a week ago.

    darrow

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