Choosing a restaurant in Italy is actually more difficult than it looks. Even though most places sell relatively the same food, in terms of quality and price, not everything is equal. The streets near the Westin have so many cafes, bistros, shops, and other hotels nearby that it’s hard to know even where to start. Plus, there are people standing outside every restaurant begging you to come try their food. My family’s strategy was to walk around the side streets, looking for the place with the best looking dessert. While we were on the street, a man approached us with a polaroid camera and took a picture for me and my sister for $1 American money and a 50 cent euros (we talked him down from 5 euro). I felt like such a hipster but I’m a sucker for the vintage feel of polaroids. For dinner, we found this great little bar and sat outside while the sun went down. I finally had my first real Italian four cheese spinach ravioli (which was delicious) and a coconut chocolate pastry for dessert.