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... made our way to a little hole in the wall place called the Trattoria Alfredo & Ada and prepared ourselves for an excellent meal. We were seated at a table for four and then rather than being handed menus our waitress began to explain the dishes that were available that night. The charm of the place was undeniable and it felt like one of the most authentic Italian experiences we could have asked for. The owner poured our wine for us (there were two options, red or white) ...
... they have to say even on the narrow streets when you have to walk single file. Our guide was very nice, funny, and made the day enjoyable. Other highlights of our time in Rome include drinking out of the public water fountains--the water is delicious!--and of course the food!! Our first night, we went to Osteria del Pegno. This restaurant was recommended by one of Phil's friends and it did not disappoint! Important note: a reservation is needed for ...
... powered by Prosecco and red wine - we managed to have lots of fun AND not fall in. Liz whose apartment we were renting had left us some truffle pizza by the front door, so we ended our wonderful day with a special treat for dinner. It's our last night in the Rome area, tomorrow we are heading north to the Cinque Terra, can't ...
... it was more from that feint waft of ammonia than the sight of cats that told us that. A few steps went down to a small amount of greenery amongst the old rocks and slabs, with more cats spread out in the sun or else looking for someone to ignore/love (depending on mood and attitude). It is home to around 200 cats, and the lady we spoke to knows them all by name. She introduced us to the 2 bosses (cats in charge), the lady boss being Joan Collins. It was happy to us, but ...
... see the famous ceiling in person, but I think because it is featured so often I expected the Creation of Adam to be much larger than it actually is. Additionally, since the focus is always on the ceilings and maybe the walls, one doesn't tend to think about the floors, which are beautiful marble mosaic tiles worthy of attention.
Our final Vatican stop was St. Peter's Basilica. The highlight there is, of course, Michelangelo's Pieta. There were ...