As I was editing and uploading the photos for this post, I found myself thinking, "I can't believe I was there". I am still pinching myself that I visited somewhere so indescribably beautiful.
We're talking about Ravello, possibly the most beautiful, serene and quietly glamorous town that we visited on the coast (well, it's high above in the mountains, so not directly on the coast). It easily earns its place on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list, and it's no wonder that it was once a hub for some of the most inspirational artists and writers, including Richard Wagner, Virginia Woolf, André Gide, Truman Capote, Tennessee Williams and Leonard Bernstein, among many more. I'm quite certain that a few days spent there would make a poet out of anyone.