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Itinerary and Hotel Recommendations -- Amalfi Coast

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We are planning a 2 week trip to the Amalfi Coast, landing in Naples in early August. Our itinerary is as follows:
2 nights Sorrento - taking private driver from airport
6 nights Positano - thinking we might hire same driver to transport us to Positano too
3 nights Capri- ferry over

We are celebrating my 40th and would love something that has charm, romantic and has great views of the water. We would rather have less of a hotel in order to have a balcony overlooking the water. Our budget is roughly between 300-400 USD/night. We love walking and exploring the towns so we want to be close (but not necessarily in) city center.

Also, any suggestions on sights to see is most appreciated. We are planning on seeing Pompei and exploring Ravello, Amalfi and any other towns in the area. My husband loves to cook, so we would love to do a cooking class or 2 (especially one centered around brick over pizzas).

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