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Where to stay and eat on Amalfi coast in late October

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In late October to mid November, my husband and I are travelling to southern Italy (Amalfi, Naples, Puglia, Rome) to celebrate my 60th birthday. We're starting out in Salerno, and then working our way north-west on the Amalfi coast travelling by local bus up to Naples, and then going on to Puglia.
I'm looking for advice on a reasonably-priced place we could stay in a town that has a great place to eat for my birthday.. The tricky parts:
- we aren't driving a car on the coast, so dependent on local bus transportation;
- we are hoping to not have to climb a hundred steps or navigate too far to our accommodation after a late night celebration;
- we can't eat shellfish (fish is fine and just about everything else); and
- late October seems to be a time that some places close for the season.
All advice is welcome!

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