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Trip Report Amalfi Coast, Rome and Croatia - Images of three hot but wonderful weeks

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We just spent three hot but wonderful weeks in Italy and Croatia. Overview of what we did – 8 days in Sorrento with day trips to: Amalfi and Positano (by bus- Amalfi Coast Drive), Amalfi, Atrani and Ravello (by boat, bus and walking), Capri, Naples, and Pompeii. Then we took the train to Rome for two nights before flying to Croatia for 8 days – four in Dubrovnik with day trips to Mostar and Montenegro, ferry to Korcula for two days, ferry to Split for two days with day trip to Trogir. Then flew back to Rome for three more days (with day trip to Tivoli) before flying back to the states.

As I said it was HOT, and sometimes it was crowded, but except for a very dramatic one hour thunderstorm on our last day it was blue sky and sunshine the entire time. Long hours of daylight, warm evening breezes, flowers, music, and lots and lots of lemons. Everything went exactly as planned – every train, plane, bus; every accommodation was great – proving once again the power of planning. So thanks to all of you who wrote all those trip reports I studied for hours on end as I planned the trip.

But before I get on with the trip report – I’m better with images and words, so here are the links to my photos:

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