The double-decker bus tour was an easy way to see the sights with a 3 year old. We all enjoyed riding in the open air on top of the bus, great way to see the city.
You would have thought no one had ever seen a toddler with gelato on his face before because a million people were taking pictures of Connor. A group of Asian tourists actually surrounded us and one old man picked him up for a photo. They couldn’t get enough of him!! Connor was a little freaked out but he went along with it. They were old and sweet and harmless. But it doesn’t surprise me this little cutie steals the show even from the famous Spanish Steps.
Our hotel room was on the 5th floor and the window opened to the street. It was a great spot to sit and have some tea while Connor napped. And man has this kid been napping!!! We’ve all been taking naps but Connor has been taking super long naps and we’ve all been staying up very late. A few nights ago we went out for a second dinner at . We ate at a great restaurant right on the Via Veneto, where we devoured the best lasagna and went into a wonderful food coma. After a short walk back to the hotel we slept like babies until the next day. This was a wonderful change from waking up at the day before.
Daddy carrying Connor home from midnight dinner.
Chris and I enjoyed ourselves at the UNIDA party at
Our last breakfast at Café Latte in