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Positano vs. Praino?

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Having a hard time deciding whether to spend three nights between the 2. Based on what we are looking for, it seems most of the feedback directed us to Positano (walking distance to beaches, restaurants, nightlife; hotel with a view, preferably a terrace).

However, I feel in love with a hotel in Praiano that receives rave reviews, is in close, close proximity to the water and is within our budget for this summer - Hotel Onda Verde (http://www.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g194867-d232521-Reviews-Hotel_Onda_Verde-Praiano_Amalfi_Coast_Campania.html ) click on photos on the right hand side.

But people say that Praiano is quiet with little in walking distance and fee restaurants to pick from.

Any further input to make this decision, or make me feel like I am making the right decision is appreciated!

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