Aragona Palace Hotel
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... and then serving it deboned to each guest at the table. It was really quite incredible. We were both in awe of this perfect day. We lingered a little bit too long over lunch and were transported back to the boat with only 5 minutes left before we had to be back in Positano. Marco was kind enough to stretch our tour and we were taken to a quiet beach where we both went for a swim. I wanted to take a picture of Grant as he jumped into the water but ...
... it. Sometimes they braid it and put in salted water and in winter they make a ball and dry it.
Next was pizza making time. Four people were chosen to make pizzas and guess who two of them were? We weren't sitting together, but we became pizza makers. The dough was prepared and it was beautiful dough! Wish mine was like that. Before we started we were given aprons which were a bit risqué. Not my choice obviously. Bruno liked his. ...
... or almonds in it.
A wonderful torte, like a "quick" Quiche Lorraine.... the most amazing taste ever!
Egg dough for pasta
La Crostata di Frutta Fresca
Some sort of "cookie" made with the sweet dough and lemon marmalade... it was fantastic!
The torte/quiche was amazing, it had ingredients that I really don't usually eat but all together it was fantastic. She had in it: zucchini, artichokes, red peppers, ricotta, *************e de m___?. She then after ...
... a bus and went with a tour guide scuba diving a few days ago. The bus was incredibly crowded and hot, much worse than any bus I've taken on the Trimet system in Portland. When we got there, we stopped at a small stand and bought fresh squeezed orange lemon juice, and then went down to the beach to scuba dive. The other people in the group was a mother and son ...
We took the boat across the bay to Naples, which was a very relaxing 45 mins.
We then went for lunch at one of the most famous pizza restaurants in Naples if not Italy called Da Michele. Famous for being no frills and low cost but high on quality and fresh from the oven pizza! They only do two types of pizza, Margarita and Marinara!