We’ve been in Italy for only 3 days, but it feels as if it’s been 3 weeks. Just so much to see and experience.
It’s my third time in Rome, so i avoided most of the must-see attractions, except the Coliseum and Trevi fountain. Went to the Baths of Caracalla instead.
Picked up the car the next morning and headed to the Necropolis at Ceverteri.
Dinner was at a semi-random place. The place I had chosen was closed for the day, and I went to the south western corner of town which I remembered was where a restaurant with positive reviews was situated. Turned out there was indeed a popular restaurant there – La Mezza Luna.
The Mall luxury goods outlet is always in my itinerary for Italy. I’m not into branded goods myself but many Asian tourists go crazy here. This would be my fourth time here.
The worst thing that could happen when visiting The Mall is settling for a meal at one of the on-site restaurants. I was determined to avoid this mistake, and we went to Osteria De’ Giusti, conveniently located next to the A1 autostrada.
By the way, we had half a litre of red wine accompanying every single meal, because it cost just 3.5 to 8 euros. Good for washing down food. Espresso cost 2 euros or below, great for capping a meal.