My fiance and I would like to take a fun, but short cooking class in either Italian food or desserts (gelato) in March or April 2012. We cannot spend the whole day, but maybe half a day or less. We will be staying about a week in Florence, Rome, and Positano.
What are your suggestions?
Thanks in advance for your reply!
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One Day Cooking or Gelato Class in Florence, Rome, or Positano