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Amalfi Coast #2

Location: USA


View of Sorrento from our hotel room - it was a lovely, relaxing place that used to be a monestary

Anacapri on the top of Isle of Capri

We were very happy to have our own pichet that night

What can i say.. lying on a sun lounge all day can be very exhausting!

Positano, the most beautiful town on the coast line. The place is set up with little boutiques on the mountain side and you make your way to the bottom through the windy paths and steps

Sorrento is famous for its massive lemons with which they make limoncello - the nicest liqueur in the whole wide world and we got very addicted ha ha

View from the beach

Bakery.. fresh bread anyone?

The ruins of Pompei with Mt Vesuvius in the background. The volcano erupted in 79 AD and the city was perfectly preserved under 6 m of volcanic ash. Like the Roman Forum it is amazing to walk around the streets and buildings and see how they were two thousand years ago

One of the creepiest things is to see the casts of Pompei's victims as they were when they died. The casts were created by pouring plaster into the holes where people had been covered by ash. You can see the pained look on their faces and even distinguish hair and fingernails

The amphitheater where drama performances and singing took plcae



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Anacapri on the top of Isle of Capri

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View of Sorrento from our hotel room - it was a lovely, relaxing place that used to be a monestary

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We were very happy to have our own pichet that night

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Positano, the most beautiful town on the coast line. The place is set up with little boutiques on the mountain side and you make your way to the bottom through the windy paths and steps

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What can i say.. lying on a sun lounge all day can be very exhausting!

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View from the beach

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Sorrento is famous for its massive lemons with which they make limoncello - the nicest liqueur in the whole wide world and we got very addicted ha ha

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The ruins of Pompei with Mt Vesuvius in the background. The volcano erupted in 79 AD and the city was perfectly preserved under 6 m of volcanic ash. Like the Roman Forum it is amazing to walk around the streets and buildings and see how they were two thousand years ago

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Bakery.. fresh bread anyone?

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The amphitheater where drama performances and singing took plcae

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One of the creepiest things is to see the casts of Pompei's victims as they were when they died. The casts were created by pouring plaster into the holes where people had been covered by ash. You can see the pained look on their faces and even distinguish hair and fingernails