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best way to travel from Naples to Positano and then back to Rome

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I am vacilating between just renting a car from Naples and driving to Positano and then returning the car to Rome vs. juggling the hyrdofoil from Naples to Sorrento then either a taxi or bus to Positano and then the bus/car to Sorrento then the train to Naples which would then go on to Rome.
Anyone have any experience between these two various ways. I am pretty fearless when driving and can do a stick shift (have driven in Italy, Germany and Ireland) but have heard horror stories about Naples driving and trying to find parking at various hotels. We are staying at Excelsior in Naples and Villa Rosa in Positano.
Thanks! going there this coming September 2014. clpassa

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