After lunch - it was time for a drink at the World Famous...
Not exactly a fountain - and they had plastic cups full for everyone. My wife didn't like the taste of hers, so she gave me what was left in her cup. If I start looking younger than her - she only has herself to blame.
Yeah - it didn't taste too good - but some sacrifices must be made.
Our mode of transportation around town was the Old Town Trolley Tours, which also offer free parking. So after The Fountain, it was back to Old Town for shopping and a hot drink. We were thinking coffee or tea, but Hot Sangria caught my eye at The Taberna del Gallo on St. George Street - a 1740's Spanish Tavern run by the Colonial Spanish Quarter Museum. No photos, sorry. Hot Sangria didn't taste too different than mulled cider to my amateur wine pallet
The in-laws would be joining us and after Bill's (our choice) on Monday night - they wanted Italian. So, we went to Amici on A1A - not far from where we were staying. There's an "Amici" in our area - good Italian - so why the heck not? I must admit I was skeptical - since there are so many good Italian restaurants in Northeast PA - but I enjoyed the meal from the table-made garlic bread, to the salads, to my Chicken Limone (egg batter, lemon and wine) :
Plus a tasty red sauce on a side of pasta! Shared Tiramisu was a nice way to finish.
(A little blurry, sorry).
A nice surprise! AMICI, 1915 A1A South, St. Augustine, FL
post edited by stanpnepa - 2011/01/23 15:28:39