A view from Le Sirenuse Hotel in Positano…with the Li Galli Islands in sight in the Tyrrhenian Sea below
“A picture is worth a thousand words.”
I could savor this scene for hours. For me this is tranquility, beauty, peaceful relaxation, inspiration, and so much more.
How many words would you use to describe this view? And what would they be?
I’m curious as to what you think, so please leave a comment.
Grazie and Ciao.
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Un po' di pepe
Bellissimo! This word may be a bit overused to describe Italy, but it seems to fit this photo more than any other I can think of.
Grazie mille, amica…I definitely use that word a lot…
It’s beautiful, but since I’m looking at those tables and not sitting at one of them, I’m thinking, what will be served for lunch?
Maybe you can go one day…Believe me everything was delicious. You can see more on my post, Lunch at La Sponda https://margieinitaly.com/2015/06/29/lunch-at-la-sponda-restaurant/
That’s about as pretty as it gets!
Thank you, Paul
PostcardZ from Victoria
Wishful thinking…Wish I was there again! 😀
Me too Victoria…We had such a wonderful experience there
Gorgeous! Oh, how I love Positano. Li Galli are a very beautiful group of islands, aren’t they? No wonder the fables about the mermaids there. Grazie mille, Margie.
Yes Annmarie – I love the stories and of course, the view is beautiful!
Stunning, absolutely stunning…heaven on earth!
Thank you Tony…as you know, Positano is such a beautiful place…and the views from Le Sirenuse are incredible!
I absolutely love Positano. This view is purely “magical”. 🙂