Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Perfect Positano

I've had four trips in recent years to Sorrento. One of my favorite things about staying there was that it was so close to Positano.

There's nothing quite like Positano, and when I think about it, I actually smell lemons. If you've been there, you will know what I mean. Lemons feature in the ceramics, and in many of the stores.







10 comments:

Tink said...

Awesome pictures and I love how your re-enforced your memories of Positano with the yellow papers and lemons.

WillThink4Wine said...

Now, I am positively oozing with jealousy! Did you mmet a handsome young man on a motorcycle and have an ice cream cone, too?

Mickey said...

I'm jealous too :) Tracel is such fun,especially when you have a fovourite place.This one looks wonderful. Thanks for sharing!

Mickey said...

Hahahaha, I need to learn to spell.
Tracel should be travel :0

Orable & Charlie said...

This is the best scrapbook - I take a little trip to Italy in your beautiful blog!

-Charlie & human

khb said...

I'm smelling the lemons! Beautiful photos, thanks for reminding me of much I loved Positano.

anne said...

I loved the lemons in Sorrento and Amalfi (we didn't stop in Positano, although it looked specctular as we rode by on the bus!!)

Sandrac said...

Hi Leslie, I love the Positano photos. But mostly, I must say that I'm thrilled to FINALLY be able to post a comment on your blog. I've been reading it for a long time, love your creative format, but had some trouble getting into leave you comments. But I think I've finally succeeded.

MoMo said...

Beautiful, cheery pages that set off your memories lovingly. The lemon yellow is so refreshing and stands as a contrast to the more muted but eternally elegant and sophisticated green compositions I love so much. The latter suits the mood of Venice beautifully. Love your style!!!!

Mom x 2 said...

Hi, I just found your blog when I did a search on Positano. My husband and I are going there this spring for our anniversary. I've never been to Italy but I am SO excited to go. We're going to Positano and then to Rome. If you have any recommendations for restaurants or sights, I'd love to hear them! Your pictures are beautiful - it's making me long for the weeks to fly. I'm taking an Italian course right now so I will be able to speak a little Italian. Grazie!