Photo: James Coldrey-Action Press / Zuma Press “In 1993, my wife, Rhea (Perlman), and I flew to Rome, then we took the train to Naples. We were scared to death of the winding roads of the Amalfi Coast, so we chartered a speed boat to take us to Positano. That incredible blue sea, that coast, those islands. We ate the leftover salumi and cheeses we had packed for our picnic lunch on the train. “We stayed at Le Sirenuse, on a cliff overlooking the water. The first night we went down to ...
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