The Way of St. Francis: Pizza, pizza, pizza!

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Local Italian culture filled the tiny Pizzeria da Paldo next door to our B&B Thursday night in Rieti. We thought we ordered four pieces of pizza and a salad, but the enthusiastic man behind the counter served up a platter double-stacked with four kinds of pizza and a big plate of ensalada mista. We ate and ate the superb bar pizza while a steady stream of customers walked out with folded pizza pieces to eat on the run. We wrapped up the considerable leftovers, then expected bad news when I asked for the check. It was just 15 euro (about $18), including a large bottle of water. You can’t see them in the photo, but my eyes were bigger than my stomach!

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4 thoughts on “The Way of St. Francis: Pizza, pizza, pizza!

  1. Jackie Bachman

    Yum! Eat up! You need fuel for all that trekking!

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    • You bet…and we just returned from our best meal of the trip! The pasta was amazing, but the family running the restaurant was even better. Italians are a unique people!

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  2. Elaine Shanafelt

    Oh, yummy! I want some of that pizza! With all your climbing, you deserve it. Thanks so much for sharing your journey.

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    • Thanks, Elaine. Reiti served up two cenas for us that we will always remember! Such enthusiasm with the food…priceless!

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