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Marky911
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 27, 2018 9:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That cabriolet with the roof canopy. Floor

Cheers for the tip Wasz, I think a guy at work mentioned that place too. Further downstream in the lava flow?

We hope to get out there in a year or two.
 
  
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LondonRob
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2018 6:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice one Chris. Brings back a few memories of visiting the area 5 years ago.

I recall the Coast road into Sorrento from Napoli being a bit of a crawl at times but the road beyond there to Amalfi was really spectacular. The Alfa would be pretty much the perfect way to do it. I’m not surprised it’s shown up by the 944 though - I think it would have been an old design even in 1986.

Sounds like you enjoyed Capri more than we did. It has to be done while you’re there but it felt just too much like a tourist trap at every turn for me.
 
  
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PostPosted: Sat Apr 28, 2018 11:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

LondonRob wrote:
Nice one Chris. Brings back a few memories of visiting the area 5 years ago.

I recall the Coast road into Sorrento from Napoli being a bit of a crawl at times but the road beyond there to Amalfi was really spectacular. The Alfa would be pretty much the perfect way to do it. I’m not surprised it’s shown up by the 944 though - I think it would have been an old design even in 1986.

Sounds like you enjoyed Capri more than we did. It has to be done while you’re there but it felt just too much like a tourist trap at every turn for me.


I took your advice regarding Capri so we just took the ferry over and booked one boat trip that did the whole island and stopped off at all the attractions, then just chilled out at the marina so we didn't feel like we got hassled at all and just did what we had planned.

The alternative that I had planned if we didn't go to Capri was a self drive speed boat rental and do the Amalfi Coast from the sea too, the credit card was out to book this but as I stood there in the rental place this plan quickly got scuppered when Amanda said she had experienced being in speed boats with me before.

I was glad we did Capri as it has a truly stunning coastilne.
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