The fig tart was heaven in a mouthful … Grazie mille, Gino!


Our intentions were good. We really did set out to see a few museums. Unfortunately, the Modern Art Museum told us that the section with Antonio Canova’s Hercules and Lica was closed until tomorrow. We decided to dine in the museum’s restaurant as we’d been walking for 3 hours and it was lunch time. Gino is the gentleman who made sure our lunch went well. Kuʻulei and Kalei ordered apple and pork with roasted potatoes and berry tarts for dessert, while I ordered vitello tonnato and ended my meal with a fig tart and an expresso. Oh, the wine was a Falanghina. Delicious.

Me ke aloha,


2 thoughts on “The fig tart was heaven in a mouthful … Grazie mille, Gino!”

  1. Awesome pictures! Thanks Aloha for bringing us on your trip vicariously! Beats the mundaneness of not beina able to leave this island! lol! Love ya!

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