Roman kitties relaxing in the shade of Largo di Torre Argentina, the square where Julius Caesar is thought to have been assassinated.
Really good pizza bianca (no tomatoes) here, which everyone eats standing around outside the shop. The cakes and cookies looked divine. So much wonderful food, so little time! Vegetable filled treats are available everywhere in Rome, unlike in France where if you're lucky you'll find a "simple" cheese sandwich without the ham. It's still delicious though.
Two of the three fountains in the Piazza Navona. Bernini strikes again!
The Pantheon was amazing, and Raphael's tomb is here. I learned so much...
The Ghetto neighborhood has a lot of artsy little shops.
And lots of cool fragments lying negligently around.
This was part of our first day in Rome--I'm planning to post much more about this wonderful trip, and get back to posting regularly (it has been a month since last time).
Thanks to everyone who is still reading my blog!