Agriturismo Monte Brusara
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... deck at the back of the sucker doing his treadmill exercises, bet when he was out of range he called up the dancing girls and bunga bunga time - check the pic of the wally. We took the ferry around to Positano which gave great views of the towering mountains and the spectacular houses that sit precariously down the hill side. These Italians, give them a steep slice of land and they will build on it and then with the space remaining grow ...
... until the mid 19th century that tourism helped to rebuild this thriving town. We enjoyed lunch at a little outdoor cafe tucked down an alley....pizza so delicious that it almost melted in your mouth. There is a beautiful duomo to visit and also a paper mill. In the afternoon we went to the hilltop town of Ravello. It is stunning at 1,100 feet above sea level. We shopped, visited gardens and just enjoyed the ...
If you have the time and want a good overview description of what the Amalfi Coast is all about, take a look at this link: http://monasterosantarosa.com/amalfi-co ast/
Some of the verbiage is a little too much maybe, but it is better than I can relay.
Now for our day:
Another great breakfast, this time we had homemade shortbread cookies, a cake and pancakes. We think she had tried making them for us, the Americans, or at ...
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... is very smooth and tasty. After another hour, I was beginning to understand a bit of the language (or so I thought). LOL! Luckily there were a couple of people with us that spoke English somewhat. I started to speak Spanish, but it's not exactly a good translation. And there are just as many slang terms in Italian that there are in English. This was proving to be a little harder than I thought. ;) But I was having fun trying to learn. Another fabulous day in Italy. Buona ...