I could write an entire book about our time in Italy. To put it simply: I did not want to come back. Ever.
Here is a selection of 25 of the 1,100 photos that we took over the 13 days we were there.
|Our apartment in Rome was just a few blocks from the Coliseum,|
making it the most-photographed object during our trip.
|The Oculus inside of the Pantheon|
|Husband leaving our apartment in Rome|
|The first of many, many, MANY gelato breaks.|
|Tossing my coin into the Trevi Fountain|
|Self-timer portrait with the Coliseum|
(not too shabby if I do say so myself)
|I became a true cappuccino addict while in Italy.|
It was bad. Very bad.
The withdrawl is worse though.
|Mount Vesuvius still glowers over poor Pompei|
|A brief stop in beautiful (but terrifying to get to) Positano.|
|Husband + Duomo|
|Fancy cappuccino in Florence|
|On top of the Duomo|
|I don't think I have to tell you what this is|
|Top of the Leaning Tower|
|Gondola sighting + Rialto Bridge in Venice|
|The Grand Canal is just gorgeous.|
|Nice work on this photo, Husband.|
|Twilight Gondola ride|
|THIS is the life.|
|And then the water came - this is St. Mark's Square, water flooding|
in on day 2 in Venice.
|From the famous Bridge of Sighs|
|How I felt about leaving.|
|The most "runner-like" behavior that I engaged in|
for the duration of the trip.
|One last shot of Florence, our favorite spot,|
from atop the Duomo.
It's very hard for me to believe it's over, but don't worry... I'm already plotting my next trip (don't tell Husband).