As Part 1 helped show, Rome really was the most gorgeous place. There wasn’t a drop of rain and it was always the right weather to go outside for a walk. There are so many lovely bars, cafes and restaurants everywhere, that getting a drink, meal or an ice cream was always a temptation. And one temptation that was always given in to!
As Madeleine has such great taste in food, we had already found some pretty good places to try out, even before we arrived. This included the famous Tartufo from the very stylish Tre Scalini restaurant and ice cream parlour. As you pass each restaurant there are waiters desperate for you come and eat inside. It really is competitive.
Everywhere you look up, there are fantastic views. The artwork and history are worthy of being a capital city, and inspiring of such great artists as Michaelangelo, Caravaggio, Rubens and Turner.
Italy is filled with wonderful cities, but if you do get the chance to see Rome, you must.
Thank you kindly. The trip inspired so many posts. It really is a wonderful place.
I’m glad you posted. And you’re welcome!
The trick was choosing. I took so many!
I can only imagine!!
Rome is definitely going on my bucket list! Great pics!
Thanks. Madeleine’s were so good too I had to borrow one or two off her.
I went to Tre Scalini! Loved it but the crowd at the counter was three deep. It’s easier to get up close and personal with a Caravaggio than a tartufo 🙂
Haha! Very true!
One and only, but so is Paris, and London, and so many others 😀 Seriously, one of my favourite places on Earth that showed itself to me in its best light.
It really is a beautiful city. So much to see and experience. Glad you liked it.
I hope you get the chance to go.
Jealous, per usual. Hahaha. Looks amazing!
I hope you get to go someday, Cara
The food in this post is making me hungry haha (okay I’m already hungry but still). The food in Italy is so good ❤ Beautiful pictures by the way!
I know. You don’t even have to be hungry to want to go into the restaurant.