Whatever you decide, we’re meeting not far for from the market for our movie – at Cinema
Giulio Cesare -on Viale Giulio Cesare. Today we’re seeing a movie with one of my favorite Romans,
Margherita Buy in Giorni e Nuvole – click HERE to queue it up for instant viewing, and her HERE to read my review. Remember to sit in your correct seat – it’s assigned. I was scolded at this theater for disregarding the seat number on my ticket.
And for dinner lets have pizza – Roman pizza. I know that Naples pizza is supposed to be the best,
and it’s good, but I like Roman better. It’s really thin and crispy and it doesn’t puff up on the ends.
You get your own – there’s no sharing of pizzas in Rome.
There are only about a thousand good pizza places in this city but let’s go to one out of the neighborhood. Let’s grab a cab and go to a neighborhood northeast of Borghese Park called Salario. It’s a little out of the way but I’m dying for a pizza from La Balestra. Don’t let the waiter scare you here. He only looks like he wants to kill you – he’s really a very nice guy.
Tomorrow we’ll see a funny movie in a great theater. It’ll be our last day in Rome – have you seen the Pantheon yet?