After fairly boring drive through traffic in Rome and a relatively straight Autostrada @ 130kph we skimmed past Naples and on through Salerno after some traffic and paying a few tolls.
The car had massive amounts of rear leg room, more than your usual E Class Mercedes which was a pleasant surprise.
There was a small bit of rain earlier and as we hit the twisty roads of the Amalfi coast it was an eye opening experience. Tight and twisty stuff is fun but when you are inches from the cliff face on one side and a concrete wall on the other with a damp road with a diesel that has epic torque down low and gives you wheel spin it’s interesting!
Things get more interesting when you encounter buses coming towards you after a blind corner or drivers who think their lane takes up the whole roads.
We finally arrived in Amalfi where we were staying. We left our car with an old Italian chap called Antonio to park for us since space is at a premium here. He must make a decent living collecting €16 per car per day for his parking services at a spot somewhere.