Il Granaio dei Casabella
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... We spent the rest of the day exploring Salerno. We stumbled onto the Minerva herb garden, which was closed when we got there (but we still got a pic!) and passed the time until dinner wandering the little alleys and cobblestone streets that made up the city. On our last night in Salerno, we decided to eat at a restaurant we all loved (partially because of the cheap, good house wine), so we ate at the ...
... feels cool after our hot walk. It is really quite nice and enjoyable once we get in. Carol does not like the little fish which are around and seem to like to nibble on your feet if you stand up. I just think free pedicure of my worn out skin. We spend quite a while here swimming and relaxing before we decide to head back to Amalfi. Same route in reverse and then back to the room after a stroll through town to check menus and decide on a place for dinner. We also buy a big ...
... a limoncello factory
where we had an explanation of the process for making limoncello and
then we had a tasting. We passed on purchasing any products since
Jean's limoncello is equal to or better than what we were tasting.
We walked back to the hotel, uphill, on
the busy road, taking our lives in our hands, for some free time
before our afternoon cooking class. Today is very hot so we put our
bathing suits on and headed for the ...
... a 300 series BMW and it is too large for this road. It has yet to see fourth gear as we are constantly downshifting to second or even first gear and "cruise", if you will, in third gear. When two buses approach from opposite directions all traffic stops as the busses pull in their mirrors and inch by one another. The scrapes on the sides of the busses are evidence that they don’t always make unscathed.