Month: June 2014

Trattoria Cumpa Cosimo, Ravello, Italy

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Jun 16, 2014
Posted in: Food, Restaurants

Italian lunchtimes proved difficult for us. Jet lag meant we weren’t hungry until 3 pm or so, and by then, everything was closed. So we spent most afternoons wandering around in a fog of hanger, snapping at each other until we found a gelateria to hold us off until dinner. It wasn’t our finest travel…

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The Week: June 16, 2014

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Jun 16, 2014

Last week I felt kinda … “off.” I arrived late to appointments, I forgot random letters and words in emails and blog posts (if you read anything coherent from me, that was thanks to Rand’s editing), and in the end, I didn’t even get my weekly round-up posted. I know it’s Monday, and that it…

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Villa Rufolo, Ravello, Italy

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Jun 13, 2014
 

  Ravello sits just behind Amalfi, further inland and up the mountainside. You can get there by walking, I suppose, if you don’t value time or your life all that much. The more practical options are to crowd into a bus with a bunch of local kids who don’t understand capacity limits, and tourists who…

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The Last Three Weeks

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Jun 11, 2014
Posted in: Rants and Raves

I have so much to tell you. I don’t know where to begin. I’m finally home (for more than just a few hours!) for the first time in three weeks. In less than two, I’ll be in Cambodia. My blog posts are still stuck in Italy, aren’t they? And yet, since then, we’ve been to:…

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Arriving in Amalfi: Hotel Santa Caterina

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Jun 2, 2014
Posted in: Hotels

And then we were in Amalfi. Okay, fine. It wasn’t exactly that simple. Before we reached the little city on the coast, there was a lot of driving involved, much of it taking place on narrow streets not built to accommodate two lanes of traffic (but this is Italy, and so: two lanes).

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The Village at Nightime

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Jun 2, 2014
Posted in: Photos

At nighttime, the village glowed yellow as the light bounced off the stone walls and roads.   It felt like the set of a movie. And I kept chasing the leading man through the shadows.

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