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We're a 70 year old couple, first time travelers to Italy, enjoy a drink, good walkers so here is our 411.
All of these choices were sourced from Chowhound, food websites and the book Italy for the Gourmet Traveler by Fred Plotkin.
All restos mentioned in this post are choices for dinner and NOT lunch and our travel dates are March 14 ~ March 26.
Hotel: Antica Torre di Via Tornabuoni, Via Dei Tornabuoni 1, 50123, Florence
Wednesday: Exhausted, just need something convenient to the hotel without much fanfare
Thursday: Del Fagioli
Friday: Trattoria La Casalinga or Il Santo Bevitore or Alla Vecchia Bettola – HELP!!
Other contenders: Trattoria Sostanza (diverse opinions), Trattoria Sabatino, Osteria del Cinghiale Bianco, Trattoria L’Parione, Trattoria Cammillo, Buca Dell’Orafo, Trattoria Marione, Al Tranvai
Hotel: SINA Brufani Hotel, Piazza Italia 12, 06121, Perugia
Saturday: Locanda del Bartoccio
Sunday: Unsure but may go to Dal Mi' Cocco
Monday: Osteria A Priori
Wednesday: Casual, probably go to an enoteca like Pizzeria Mediterranea
Hotel: Grand Hotel Palace, Via Vittorio Veneto 70, 00187, Rome
Wednesday: Hostaria Romana, I found this one myself and was mainly chosen because it is within walking distance of the hotel
Thursday: Armando Al Pantheon
Friday: Flavio al Velavevodetto
Saturday: Trattoria Perilli or some place in Trastevere
Other contenders: Ditta Trinchetti, La Taverna dei Fori Imperiali, Colline Emiliane, Trattoria Cadorna, Checchino dal 1887, L'Asino d'Oro
I’m really struggling with the Rome choices as EVERYTHING requires a taxi ride. I would really welcome some suggestions that were within a 10-15 minute walk of the hotel.
Any and all comments on these choices are welcome.
47-red Corso dei Tintori
9 Via dei Michelozzi
3/5/7 Viale Vasco Pratolini
31 Salita dei Crescenzi
21 Via dei Giubbonari
85-87 red Via dell'Agnolo
25 Via del Porcellana
43 Borgo S. Jacopo
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