When Victoria Romano, an Italian-American woman, decides to move from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania to Amalfi, Italy with her dog Murphy and her cat Tiger, she intends to spend a placid, restful, salutary year doing absolutely nothing. Instead of dolce far niente, though, Victoria is seduced by the magic and lure of the Amalfi Drive, a land of sweet sun and mellow wine, Greek and Roman ruins, volcanic cliffs and flowering gardens, deep caves and miniature inlets, orange and olive groves, Russian dancers and cocktail parties, writers and artists, and amore.The workmen think theya#39;ll have the emergency squared away by early afternoon today, and then theya#39;ll come straight here to repair our heater. Ita#39;s ironic because I thought this house was frigid when the heater worked, so you can imagine howanbsp;...
|Title||:||Along the Amalfi Drive|
|Author||:||Ida Liberkowski, Cynthia Malizia|
|Publisher||:||Lulu.com - 2006-08|