Questa Sera

This evening we crossed the bridge to Castel San Angelo. It was Hadrian’s Tomb and then a Papal fortress, later a Papal residence. Statues of angels guard the bridge over the Tiber. We walked back across another bridge and realized how close we are to St. Peter’s.This evening ate at Navona Notte and had the most delicious pasta con vongoli, (clams, but also mussels, scampi, swollen tomatoes). Oh, and I did fry the zucchini flowers and made a caprisi salad in our apartment. We ate a lot today. Oggi abbiamo mangiato molto!







About ssteven2

I'm a reader, writer, swimmer, and school librarian. I love my summers so I can travel.
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4 Responses to Questa Sera

  1. Jana Kennon says:

    Sara–Roma es bellissimo!! The history you are seeing is just so amazing! Did you do research on all of these wonders before the trip? Also, love the way you photograph–the gorgeous sky, so blue!

    Your pasta dinner sounds heavenly, and so does your homecooked lunch! How much fun!!


    • ssteven2 says:

      Jana, I guess I’ve been studying Italy for years, since I became obsessed with the country in 1999. Mostly we just discover things as we go. Thanks for commenting. Riposo (nap time) and time for another post. Ciao.

  2. sandra062013 says:

    Now this is more like it! The seafood pasta sounds wonderful, and those fried zucchini flowers – yum! Loved the photo of the bridge over the Tiber – so beautiful, like a painting. Richard and Jack seem happy and relaxed – yay!

  3. ssteven2 says:

    Yes, we’re not driving each other crazy yet. It’s riposo, so time for a new post. Wait until you see my special cappuccino this morning!

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