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Planning a honeymoon to the Amalfi Coast for 7-8 nights in September

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Hello – My fiancee and I will be flying from the USA to Naples and then will make our jet-lagged way to our 1st location. We have 7 – 8 nights to plan for our honeymoon. I was thinking 2 nights in Capri (open to suggestions for accommodation), 3 nights in Positano (Le Sirenuse) & 2-3 nights in Ravello (Hotel Caruso). Any recommendations for restaurants or things to do/not do would be greatly appreciated. This will be my 5th trip to Italy and my fiancee's first but I have only spent a day many years ago on Capri. We want to see a few sights but do want to relax and soak up the Italian atmosphere. We hope the weather will still be nice but just semi smaller crowds.

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