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Alice D wrote a review Apr 2015
Boulder, Colorado, United States60 contributions27 helpful votes
Piazza Rovelli was where we went each morning for coffee and croissant. It's also where we bought the most delicious meats and cheeses and bread and tomatoes for our lunches, and where we purchased pasta and olives and olive oil to take him with us. We almost returned there for dinner but opted for a restaurant just off the Square. It's also where we met one of the few people in Rodi who spoke English and he gave us great advice for a day trip. We visited in mid April well before the season gets going and as two Americans with no Italian language skills we stuck out like sore thumbs! After just a few days though we were passing people we had met and saying "ciao!" on the street. Rodi is beautiful, quaint, friendly, small town old Italy and sophisticated at the same time. I would love to return for a solid week when the weather is warmer and the sea swimmable. Bella Piazza Rovelli, Bella Rodi!
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Date of experience: April 2015
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