Happy Tuesday! Today I’m sharing some snapshots from Sicily (and Rome).
- Hanging out at an outdoor street market in Palermo. (The capital of Sicily).
- Dad/Grandpa treated us out to a lovely night at the Massimo Theater to see the Nutcracker (box seats and all!) We got some great photos of the night, but this one is a fave. A guard got a little too nervous about Ava climbing on a column.
- Delicious, delicious pasta at an amazing all-you-can-eat restaurant on the coast.
- Is there anything cuter than little kiddos in matching Christmas pjs? I think not.
- Beautiful Trapani countryside.
- Our traveling crew, minus Efa who was taking the photo.
- Temple of Segesta, a well preserved Doric temple. The Doric order was one of the three orders of Greek and Roman architecture (the other two are Ionic and the Corinthian). This temple, which fortunately survived the destruction that ensued during the Carthaginian sacking of Segesta, is a fantastic relic from that architectural era.
- Tommy and Luke chowing down at perhaps the best meal we had on our entire trip at Agriturismo Duca di Castelmonte.
- Rome baby! Why yes, that’s the Colosseum in the background.
- Luke loves pasta like his Mama. And he means business!
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