The Amalfi Dream

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    1. Those lemons are fantastic. The best bit is that you can bring all that lemony goodness home. I bought lots of lemon soap that they sell all over the coastline. They are potent bombs of lemon. The houses built into the cliffs is something that they do rather well in Italy, I thought. In the Cinque Terre too 🙂

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    1. You are welcome. It is my pleasure to share them and thank you for reading and commenting. Yes, the cave houses in Spain are interesting. I saw them in Granada and found that quarter so different. The lemon man looked completely uninterested though, no? I mean he looks like he has been lumped by a world of lemons 😀

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  1. Never been here or heard of it but now I know what I’m going to do in Italy if I ever go there. Super beautiful place and you have a whole itinerary already written! Also I thought the guy holding the lemons was a really realistic looking mannequin at first.

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    1. Heh you clinched it with the mannequin input. He does! Thank you. I am so glad you are going to it on your bucket list. It is another world and I think you shall love it very much no matter how high your expectations will be 🙂

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  2. Pingback: Far From the Crowds on the Amalfi Coast… – The Travelling Diary Of a Dippy-Dotty Girl
    1. Why thank you 🙂 I just click as scenes unfold before the eyes. If you can, you should get back. There is something magical about the Amalfi Coast. Thank you for reading and commenting.

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  3. I am living on the wrong side of the Atlantic. The top picture in your post is inspiring! I can just imagine myself climbing the switchbacks on my road bike with finesse and speed…ok…seriously, with a lot of grunting and groaning and pouring sweat until I cannot see, and then plunging off the side of a road into someone’s swimming pool 30 metres below…haha 🙂

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