Well since our honeymoon lasted 11 days, and I don’t feel like boring you with loads blog posts dedicated to our honeymoon, I’m going to share with you my favorites today. So enjoy! And tomorrow comes the real wedding p0rn!
The Vittoriano was referred to by American Soldiers as “The Wedding Cake” for this reason Mr. AZ cannot remember the proper name. I mean, doesn’t it scream wedding cake? It makes me hungry just looking at it! Inside is a beautiful Italian museum, which is NOT AIRCONDITIONED. This isn’t a problem if you’re there in fall or winter, but summer WOOO…
This monument was in the middle of just a regular old plaza. It’s beautiful with intricate carvings all the way to the top. It’s insane to think these things are just everywhere. As a side note: I love the way the sun is centered behind it in this photo.
And what trip to Rome would be complete without the Pantheon, it’s beautiful and it’s free admission. So that’s a win-win!
The beautiful Spanish steps, by the way the first McDonald’s to open in Italy is just a block from these Steps, and it’s actually very pretty inside. Useless trivia I know!
Inside of St. Peter’s Basilica. Fun fact: below that arbor is the tomb of St. Peter himself. Which you can also tour. Many Popes have also been buried at the Vatican. The River Tiber the setting for Romulus and Remus and the birthplace of Rome itself.
That’s me in the coral top in front of the Trevi Fountain. It’s pretty by day but beautiful by night. Also way more crowded at night!
I hope you enjoyed our mini-tour of Rome. Tomorrow: Wedding p0rn!