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How to Get to Positano

How to get to Positano

Today -  Head on over to Browsing Rome to read my guest post on how to get to Positano and the rest of the Amalfi Coast from Rome.

For more information about the Amalfi Coast download my ebook Amalfi Coast Essentials


Ladies who Lunch {Rome}


I rarely leave my neighborhood, in truth I hardly leave my street. There is little need.

I can have a glass of wine at Fafiuche, a quick pizza at Alle Carrette or long lazy Sunday lunch at La Taverna dei Fori Imperiale.

If I am really feeling adventurous I might head all the way to via Boschetto for the best lunch deal in town at L'Asino D'Oro.


A morning wander through Anacapri

What to do in Anacapri, Capri

Anacapri is the sleepier, more relaxed side of the glamorous island of Capri.

The all knowing Ettore of the delightful Hotel Tosca suggested we take an early morning walk through the centro storico on our way to Il Faro.  


Celebrating {Capri}

Cocktail view from Hotel Tosca

You would think that almost two weeks in Positano with this spectacular terrace, filled with a bevy of fun friends would be enough of a nineteeth wedding anniversary celebration.  Luckily for me you would be wrong. 

View from Positano Terrace


Capri Energy Drink

What to do in Capri

What to do in Capri

Pretty much everywhere you look in Capri is beautiful.  

Colorful flowers, turquoise seas dotted with yachts , sparkly sandals, the beautiful people...You get the picture.  


Scent of Capri

I have had the great good fortune of spending the past two weeks on the Amalfi Coast.  

Most of that time was spent in my friend Diana's beautiful house in Positano.  The last few days were spent on the enchanted island of Capri.

My pal Elizabeth is talking about Postitano this week, so I will start Capri.