It was a slow day so we decided to go to Todi about 45 minutes south of us to visit a winery. Sadly it was not open even though we were there during designated open hours. That’s Italy for you!
So we decided to go to Todi for lunch at Ristorante Umbria. Todi is a beautiful example of an Umbrian hill town. You can see it for miles around. There is traffic in it but we always park in a lot outside the walls and walk UP. And it is always up. Here are a couple of pictures.
Arches near the Piazza Popolo up at the tippy top of the town.
Cherry picker working on medieval tower – interesting contrast don’t you think?
House with pretty terrace below restaurant – note the Etruscan satellite dishes.
Pretty table outside of our restaurant.
Picture from our table on the restaurant patio.
Us using my remote shutter for a pic at lunch.
My yummy raviolini with arugula and fresh tomatoes.
Luther’s faro, broad bean and chick pea soup. YUM!
Proscuitto e melone appetizer.
A fun trip back to a place we had been to with our friends Vicky and Tommy a number of years ago. Still very good and soooo pretty!