This is it…the last blog post about my spring trip to Europe with Dan! I meant to write this a lot earlier. In fact, my goal was to wrap up the Euro trip recap before 2017 arrived, but that didn’t exactly work out as planned. Is anyone else having a supremely lazy yet fulfilling start to the new year? My month has been filled with happy moments that make me smile at where I am in life and how lucky I am to have so many incredible people around me. From attending the first birthday party of my former roommate and bestie’s sweet little daughter, to seeing my best friend since childhood get married just a few days ago, it’s been a very tender month. Add in a visit from yet another bestie leading up to the wedding, working a full time job (not blogging, unfortunately), and Pinteresting, planning and meeting potential vendors for my own 2018 wedding, and it’s just been a very busy but exciting time in my life. Continue reading “The Roman Forum: A Window to the Past”
First-time visitors to Rome usually have one common goal: to see the Colosseum. The epic monument is recognized across the world; the place of ancient bloody battles and screaming crowds of spectators. Think of it as the original sports stadium.
Dan and I visited the Colosseum on our third and final full day in Rome. We’d visited many of the other “must-sees” on our first day in the city, and we had saved the best for last. Continue reading “Rome Day 3”