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On HGTV International Househunters show - Amalfi Coast area

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Last night a couple from San Diego were looking for a second home in Positano/Praiano area of Amalfi Coast. It didn't seem like they had done any preinvestigating as they were surprised that mules would bring their supplies up to the house they chose way above the Conca dei Marini which is above Praiano area. Anyone who has spent time in the area sees the mules carrying up supplies. I looked into buying a villa close to the one they chose and it was a lot more than 300 steps to get there from one of the roads, I wrote about it in one trip report.. They ended up buying a complete ruin and are planning on renovating it over three years. I would have loved to have done that but I got scared of all the logistics!

I love Househunters International, it is always so informing and interesting, like a visual trip report.

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