After scoping out the church, unfortunately it wasn't open to view the inside, we headed down to find some food. We drove along the shore (do they call it a boardwalk here? I don't think so) and parked to find some food. We ended up stopping at a little 'by the slice' pizza place which isn't common here. They had pizza and also Tielle which is like a stuffed pizza with crust on both sides. We got one with spinach and one with zucchini and then Clark got a calzone with ricotta cheese. The food was very good, the spinach Tielle was my least favorite but it got eaten. haha
We headed along the cobblestone shore for a while and then stopped at Il Molo for ice cream. When I looked online the gelato place had great reviews but said they didn't open until 5pm, but turns out they were open at around 1pm when we walked by. So I think Google is wrong with the hours of the place or maybe they were just open because it was the weekend. Either way I was glad. Clark had amerena (cherry) and I had fragola (strawberry) and chocolate each with whip cream.
It should also be noted that we went to Gaeta on Palm Sunday and people were handing out olive branches in honor of the day. I love that Italians are so invested in there religion and customs. They have lots of traditions and they are so old and marvelous.
Hat: TJ Maxx
Cardigan: American Eagle