Traveling to Venice for 3 nights, Florence for 2, Rome for 4.
First time traveling with another couple to these places. Our third time visiting these cities, their first.
The couple we are traveling with are not what you would call "adventurous" eaters and often balk at spending a lot on meals. So I have put together these dinner plans to try and satisfy both them and us:
Cesare al Casaletto
What are your thoughts on this?
My wife and I may try to do a night or two by ourselves in which case we may look at going to La Pergola, il Pagliaccio, Matamorfosi, or Glass in Rome.
Or we may try and do Quadri in Venice although we'd prefer to do Le Calandre. But not sure if we'd want to take off for almost a full day from Venice.
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