This week’s challenge is Early Bird. That’s a difficult one for me because I’m always late so the whole concept of early bird escapes me. I am also a night owl, who can never bring myself to wake up in time to see the sunrise. Unless I’m jet lagged, of course, which was the case when I took these photographs from my hotel room balcony in Ravello, Italy.
2014 was the year of Italy. We were there in April visiting Rome, Venice, Florence and several places in Tuscany, and this past October, we were back in Italy for a wedding and visited several small towns along the beautiful Amalfi Coast (Ravello, Amalfi, and Positano) and others along the Campania region (Capri, Pompeii, Sorrento, and Napoli).
On this post I’m sharing photos of Ravello, a medieval village located on a hilltop overlooking the Amalfi Coast, where my niece’s wedding took place. Ravello is a place to relax, take in the beauty of the sea and those amazing Italian skies of intense blue with beautiful white clouds, to walk around the lovely gardens of the Viilas Rufolo and Cimbrone and enjoy the most stunning views of the Amalfi Coast.