There is a McDonalds in Rome, very near the Spanish steps. When it opened, it was one of the largest in the world. It is quite lovely, with marble everywhere-not the usual fiberglass, stainless steel, and industrial tile of most McDonald's. There were protests when the McDonald's opened, connected to the start of the "slow foods" movement.
There may have been protests when it opened, but no anymore. This golden arches has attempted to blend in with its surroundings as much as possible, and thus you'll enter it via a Perugina Baci chocolates shopthe McDonald's is upstairs, past a mosaic wall with water trickling down it, cobblestone steps and travertine walls.
In the morning, you'll find assortments of pastries to choose from, and for lunch and dinner, be sure to note their special extra value meals! At different times during own visits, we've spotted a "Jamaican meal" with jerk chicken sandwich and Caribbean rice side, and a ,b>"French meal" with Chicken cordon bleu sandwich and little cheesy potato croquettes. Andwe're assuming it hasn't been removed latelythere's a full salad bar.
Even if you don't go for food, and only want to see it, you'll join plenty others who have now made this McDonald's like an unofficial tourist landmark.
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