Ristorante Il Secchio

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Since we haven’t really eaten anything for what seems like a very, very long time (breakfast on the plane was inedible), once we have settled into our room a bit and taken a very short nap it is time to find some lunch.

We end up just down the street at Ristorante Il Secchio where the most perfect, amazing noodles are accompanied by the house wine, snippets of the surrounding city, and the frequent passage of the city’s (very quiet) street cars.

I think I’m going to like it here.

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  1. well . we come a honeymoon on Roma and first night we walkking down by the sideways and there it was a perfect bar
    the staff are very helpfully and tender
    we both liked wery much
    every evening we just comeback il secchio and joint


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