Rome's Best-Kept Secret: Da Osvaldo

It is a familiar refrain heard from most American tourists when visiting Rome, or for that matter visiting any European capital: "Everything is so expensive in Europe these days: hotels, flights, souvenirs and food!" Of course it doesn't help that this year it has taken anywhere between $1.26 and $1.60 to buy one euro, depending on when you may have visited. And, yes, if you have your cappuccino, sip your Tuscan red wine or savor one of the hundreds of excellent dishes that Rome can offer...Full Story
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