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... gather our vouchers and check out the local area. All of this and we returned to the B & B for a well earned nap. Our B & B hostess has recommended several local eating spots and now, somewhat refreshed, we off to dine at a "locale pizzeria". ...
Yesterday was wet so we had a bit of a lazy day -took a trip on the on off bus on the upper deck and got soaked , came back to hotel and changed and went out for lunch at a nice little sidewalk cafe. I had a yummy pizza and Jak had bruschetta. All very delicious. We also had confirmation we are on a Mediterranean cruise starting tomorrow -this is for seven nights and we got the last cabin. ...
... Church of St. Joachim, a 19th-century church on the tiny Piazza dei Quiriti, a block or so to the east of us.
Shortly after our meeting with the owner, we ventured out in search of lunch and a local grocery store. By dumb luck, we happened upon Antica Griglia Toscana, a ristorante a few blocks away on Via Dei Gracchi, with some shaded tables on its sidewalk terrace. Our first taste of Italian cuisine ...
... that little cameo made it a huge attraction, so they moved it and put it inside the porch of a church, and there was a massive line in front of it. It was also kind of a struggle for our little group to find, so once we did we were a little disappointed, and decided not to wait for half an hour to take pictures. I did see it though, through the bars on the porch thing. The rest of the night followed the typical hang out and eat dinner schedule, except for ...
QSine requires its own entry. This restaurant is one of Celebrity's newer specialty dining experiences. The concept is "international cuisine" but done so very creatively. First of all, each dish is specifically one type of cuisine - not a mash-up of styles like many "international" restaurants. Second, each dish is small(ish) tapas-style for sharing. Third, every single thing is uniquely presented - they special-order almost all of their dishware. Finally, ...