But first on our way up we found the Panifico that we stumbled on in 2007. The aroma of fresh baked bread led us right to the door. Panificio Di Leo Angela, Salita Consiglio N. 12. We walked in and were welcomed by Angela who we "spoke" with and a friend of hers who told us about how the cold was making her fingers ache. We bought a wonderful loaf of hot right out of the oven pane and some breadsticks too. She told us she had a relative who lives in Brooklyn! And I said my daughter and her family live there too. We were out the door but she came out and asked us if we'd like to take a photo, so back in we went to take the photo you see below.
Note the photo with the pink stucco building is in the piazza where we sat and ate the potato pizza for lunch! The photo after that note the sea out there in view even from way up here!
Oh, there are not just clothes! There are caravan units selling foods! From meats and cheeses to fresh ricotta! To a few dozen kind of olives and nuts to candy and pastries! We finally found Caciocavallo cheese that so many recipes call for (and it's very tasty all by itself too).
Oh, remember the pane we bought? I've been munching it all this time. Now I have cheese and olives to go with it!