Rome

On September 8th, we traveled by train from Florence to Rome, and spent two nights there.

This one’s for my mom. Apparently we descend from a family of ice-cream makers.
This one’s for my mom. Apparently we descend from a family of ice-cream makers.
Arch of Constantine outside the Colosseum.
Arch of Constantine outside the Colosseum.
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Crowd of tourists around the Trevi Fountain.
Crowd of tourists around the Trevi Fountain.
We waited outside the Pantheon while a wedding was going on.
We waited outside the Pantheon while a wedding was going on.
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View of the Roman Forum.
View of the Roman Forum.
A really great space that focused on Trajan’s forum, but also had many pieces from other forums in the city. It is called Mercati di Traiano Museo dei Fori Imperiali.
A really great space that focused on Trajan’s forum, but also had many pieces from other forums in the city. It is called Mercati di Traiano Museo dei Fori Imperiali.
Enjoying the view of this ancient and modern space.
Enjoying the view of this ancient and modern space.
Student working on some sketches. I think they were architectural students working on projects. They were all over the place, and really made me think of my brother and dad.
Student working on some sketches. I think they were architectural students working on projects. They were all over the place, and really made me think of my brother and dad.
Christian taking a breather from the museum.
Christian taking a breather from the museum.
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Disgusting product that Christian wanted to try. Imagine a teeny weeny little drink box that tastes a little like coffee, but mostly like preservatives and fakeness. MMMMmmmmm. Part of it is still in our mini-fridge here in Greece, and I’m considering chucking it while Christian’s mind is on his conference.
Disgusting product that Christian wanted to try. Imagine a teeny weeny little drink box that tastes a little like coffee, but mostly like preservatives and fakeness. MMMMmmmmm. Part of it is still in our mini-fridge here in Greece, and I’m considering chucking it while Christian’s mind is on his conference.

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