Amalfi Coast | A Weekend Getaway

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Sorrento

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The view from our Airbnb in Massa Lubrense 
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Our view of Capri

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The stone beaches were beautiful but sooo painful

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Waiting to get our kayak into the Blue Grotto
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Inside the Blue Grotto

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Capri
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Positano

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On the first free weekend of our trip, I went to the Amalfi Coast with seven of my classmates (who have since become good friends!!) and we had the time of our lives. I could write a whole novel on how much fun this weekend was, but I will keep it short.

Six of us rented a boat one day and it was the most magical day of my life. It was so unreal. We rented a boat all day and cruised around the peninsula. We went to the Blue Grotto, swam in the super blue water, made a stop at Positano, and saw dolphins. We came back and ate at La Torre, a restaurant where we got carry out spaghetti and meatballs the night before. We all bonded so much and it honestly felt like “family time.”

I can definitely see myself returning to the Amalfi Coast. I hope I stay longer than a weekend next time!

3 Comments

  1. Beautiful!! Italy is my bucket list trip, but specifically the Amalfi coast – I’m obsessed 😎 love your pics Emily – I’m so happy you were able to experience this. 😘

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