I’d scheduled only one night in Positano before I’d leave the Amalfi Coast for my family’s inland hometown of Ariano Irpino. Of course, that changed as soon as I arrived. Positano begged me to stay. My love affair with Positano began.
The private balcony on my third-floor room with sweeping views of the Tyrrhenian Sea, colorful homes chiseled into the mountainside architecturally reminiscent of Greek influence, and small shops with handmade linen dresses — How could I possibly say no?
On arrival, I requested a second night at the Hotel Villa Gabrisa. Because it wasn’t peak season, they were able to accommodate me. Otherwise, I might not have been so lucky. One night was not enough for this affair.
Getting to Know Positano
For 48 hours, I explored solo what’s traditionally known as a romantic couples’ destination, savoring picturesque moments to myself without regret. I fell in love with Positano. You see, it’s magical, that way.
Everything Seems to Thrive
Until We Meet Again
What a wonderful love affair with Positano! I was happy to extend my visit the extra day at the Hotel Villa Gabrisa but really could have spent three, four, five days here, taking it all in. It was hard to leave Positano behind. No doubt, I will return.
Have you been to the Amalfi Coast? Did you or would you like to visit Positano? Let me know in the comments below.