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The Beach Clubs of Positano, Italy

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The Beach Clubs of Positano, Italy

BAGNI D'ARIENZO

This was by far my favorite beach day in Positano. Bagni d'Arienzo opens at 10am and closes at 6:30pm. Beach access cost €12.50 per person and includes sun loungers, umbrella, shower, changing room, toilet and shuttle boat service from/to Positano. We headed down to Spiaggia Grande for breakfast at 8:30am because we made reservations right at 10am when the club opens. You'll definitely want to make reservations if you want chairs on the front row and a table for lunch. While the beach is small, all the chairs will fill up. Even if you get there when they open, without reservations they'll still seat you on the second or third row and there is no guarantee you'll have a table for lunch. Not the end of the world but something to keep in mind.

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Positano, Italy // Restaurants & Eats

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Positano, Italy // Restaurants & Eats

We spent 4 days in Positano, Italy and tried to do it all from small cafes to the down right fancy. Here is where we ate from Breakfast to Dinner. You might be surprised by the places we loved and the ones we didn't care for!

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An Affordable Boutique Hotel in Positano, Italy

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An Affordable Boutique Hotel in Positano, Italy

In April, we decided to join friends that were planning to visit Greece in June. I always book flights on miles so after a few weeks of searching, it ended up being easiest to fly into Naples instead of Santorini. We figured 4 nights on the Amalfi Coast wouldn't be so bad! ;) 

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Cabo's Secret Beach You Have to Visit

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Cabo's Secret Beach You Have to Visit

If you're planning a trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico this summer, don't miss Cabo's best kept secret...

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Our Wedding // Prague, Czech Republic

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Our Wedding // Prague, Czech Republic

MAY 27, 2014 When we got engaged and started looking at venues in Dallas, we couldn't find a location that felt right. One day while tirelessly searching the internet for wedding ideas, I came across a wedding agency in Prague, Czech Republic that planned everything and, bonus, it's a legally recognized marriage certificate in the states. I immediately called Matt to share my exciting discovery and he was completely on board.  Eloping was actually an extremely tough decision to make because we knew most of our family and friends wouldn't be able to make it for many reasons. We thought long and...

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