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The whitewashed cliffs of Capri
We woke up on our second day in Italy to this incredible view a few steps from our door. We were in in Positano mid-April and only saw 2-3 couples our entire time staying at Casa Teresa, so we basically felt like we had the place to ourselves! The tourist season had just started and most of the bars and restaurants (even the most famous ones like Le Sirenuse) had more than enough availability every night, so it was overall a great time to visit. 
The madame of the house would put out different meats, cheeses, and breads every morning. The best part of breakfast were the freshly baked croissants with lemon curd and made to order cappuccinos (the madame didn't speak much English other than to offer "Cappuccino?" to us every morning).
After breakfast, we walked down the flights of stairs down to Spaggia Fornillo which was also deserted. The landscape reminded me something out of Game of Thrones!

We took the same path of the Americans over to…

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