We arrived at our hotel in Positano on a Monday, and I was super hungry (Jon has much better control over his hunger). So we walked into the hotel and asked the front desk guy where we could get some food. He sort of chuckled and explained that nothing was open because first of all, it was a Monday; second of all, riposo had just started; and third of all it was winter. I tried again and asked if there was anywhere that I could get food. Grocery store, restaurant, anything... "No," he said. "But maybe one restaurant will open later tonight." So, I sucked it up for a few hours and waited for the sole restaurant in town to open, and then we walked down a million steps to the beach to get there. Of course we were the only diners in the restaurant, but our server was super friendly and kindly suggested that we go to Sorrento where things were actually open and people were out on the streets. Thank you kind waiter! Because Sorrento was awesome and the atmosphere was the best. We loved it so much that we ended up going back every night during our stay on the Amalfi coast.
We took a little day trip to Amalfi, which was incredibly beautiful. And we snagged one last ice cream roll on our way out :)
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