A Casa di Getta
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... from this lemon and herb salmon. This dish truly possesses a quality reserved for the Gods and as it is aptly named as Ariel's tail
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Overwhelm your very taste buds with the succulent sensations delivered by this pollo cacciatore. The ambience of this dish just screams homemade in a way that is sure to make you feel fourteen again.
Off to Rome! On the way, we spent some time at Assisi - the birthplace of St Francis. The town itself is a gorgeous medieval town perched on the hillside. Naturally, we visited the Basilica di San Francesco - a large but simply decorated church in art as opposed to gold, and also visited the crypt where St Francis is buried beneath the church.
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... amazingly decorated coved ceiling [but that appeared to be a feature throughout the museum.] However, it was the rooms decorated by Raphael which carried the day for us. All in all, a stunning collection of artworks by a variety of artists - enough to take your breath away.
Decided to walk to shopping area, set off and luckily it was downhill. Stumbled upon the treffi fountain, so Simon and I did the coin toss, it was about 10.00am so not very busy. From there decided to see some other sights so via shops and alleyways we next came upon a church with tall columns of stone, engraved. Some important meeting going on and someone was interviewing someone in the doorway so did not see inside. ...
When we arrived in Rome we phoned the contact person and made our way around to the accommodation and were blown away by it. This is a cheap guesthouse but it has just recently been completely renovated and is 5 star accommodation for peanuts! Happy little chappies! It's the "Guest House Bye Rome" if you want to search for it. The lovely Ramona introduced us to our digs and the equally lovely Maria our housemaid also seemed very nice.