Even though some of you know I was rather underwhelmed by things in Sorrento and the Amalfi Coast (except the hotel, the dining and the people), that is my own bias, because I need historical things to do. So here are some pics from my tour of the Amalfi coast. Guemar Travel is fabulous, though I think to get the really good views you need to a night tour (they offer on) or in my case, a seacoast tour, which is offered in group tours locally.
Anyway, some photos, starting with some little cave houses made by a local outdoor artist:
Then there are beautiful scenes from the winding hilltop roads.This is the "Cloister of Paradise" in Sant' Andrea.In Ravello, the church of San Pantaleone was closed for lunch, but I sat in the square and a tabby cat came up to me. It was one my favorite parts . I have to see at least one cat on every trip.A visit to the medieval Villa San Rufolo, where Boccaccio wrote his bawdy stories of the Decameron is a must.