Agriturismo Monte Brusara
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... that was rescued from abandonment in the early 1900s by Lord Grimthorpe from Yorkshire. He came to this part of Italy in an attempt to recover from a serious depression following the early death of his wife, and fell in love with Ravello. As a consequence he purchased and restored Villa Cimbrione, creating a fabulous garden, heavily influenced by English designers such as Peto, Lutyens and Jekyll. Lord Grimthorpe ...
... all advantages as we fit down smaller roads so we can visit these beautiful places campers cant get to, we fit under 2metre barriers so can park as a car for much cheaper and easier places but we have our own accommodation on board - we are big Apollo fans!!...if only for a toilet....my low point of the adventure so far is two nights in a row having to get up in the night, boiling hot and sweaty, get dresses and venture outside for a wee in the concrete carpark, ...
Today Gian took us to another popular tourist attraction, Ravello village. A long drive up the mountain, around the narrow roads but definitely worth it! Again, beautiful views that look out over the many vine yards, lemon trees and out to the sea, stunning gardens, historic buildings, cobbled streets and cute little shops. This is a ...
We forgot to mention that on our arrival we were greeted with a beautiful 12 inch fruit pastry made
by our host. Chery ate one small slice but Chuck thoroughly enjoyed the rest.There may be other things of particular interest to us that may be out of sequence but we will include them as we recall them.
After a breakfast of bacon and eggs, we made our way back to Ravello. We made ...
... from the bus window were beautiful - lemon and olives groves, followed by the beautiful sea and colorful homes lining the coastline. We got off at a little town called Positano and explored it for a while. Positano is a cute post-card town. We visited some local art galleries and saw ...