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... fun to continue to see her and stroll with her awhile each day. Lots of dogs at large here (relative to the other places we've visited), all well behaved and none of whom speak English. I actually said 'Ciao' to one and it stopped and made eye contact with me. Hope to see our little friend one more time before we leave.
Our hotel is across the street from the Chiesa San Francesco (Church of St. Francis), and there is a statue of St. ...
... either 30 minutes or an hour you can catch the bus and continue on. This particular bus had only one stop, Ravello. Ahhh, Ravello. By far my favorite of the three famous towns on the coast. Ravello sits very high up on top of the cliff and overlooks the Gulf of Salerno. From this vantage point you can look down on Amalfi and other smaller towns (Minori and Mairori which we didn't visit). The drive takes you through the Valle del Dragone which is full of soaring ...
... a real sense of what it must have been like to live in those times as you wonder down the streets with houses/shops on either side. We also saw the worlds first beware of the dog sign (Cave carnem) on the floor of a house as well as graffiti on some walls!
After walking around for about 4 hours in the heat of the day, we felt we had had enough and headed back to our car. Some guy came over to us and what we could make out was that he wanted E2 from us ...