Augustus built this temple to Jupiter and Juno in the name of his big sister Octavia. It burnt down twice and was damaged by an earthquake in the 5th century, but here it still is (or at least some of it) in the heart of the Jewish Ghetto. It must have been something in it's day - Pliny lists the...
Wow, we just stumbled across this church and are so glad we did. It has the most amazing interior and exterior. The highlight is the stunning painted dome ceiling which is an amazing piece of artwork. Well worth seeking out if you are near Piazza Navona or Teatro Marcello.
We ate at the Laffa/Kebbab Fonzie.
The fish shwarma was tasty and rich with all kinds of vegetables.
Daniel was very welcoming and made the meal more interesting (in a good way).
The lamb laffa was OK but not the best I ever ate.
The hummus is tasty as if it is home made (didn't ask).
I wasn't hugely impressed but the food was of good quality and well prepared. Nothing to be dazzled by but overall was decent experience. Would consider coming back for lunch but probably not for a fine dining.