Kevin had to go to the embassy in Rome for some meetings, so we tagged along. Yes, I felt bad that he didn't get to have fun with us. But someone has to support us in the manner to which we've become accustomed.
Laura really wanted to see the Colosseum, so that was our big accomplishment.
We also visited the Forum and Palantine Hill. Laura wasn't always happy during this stop, but I'm not going to post the photo of her looking angry. I wasn't too happy during this time either, in fact, because ancient stone streets/paths and umbrella stroller wheels really don't go well together. Just in case you were wondering ...
But we had a lot of fun overall, did a lot of walking and exploring, and managed to avoid dipping Owen into this fountain.
It was hot enough that I doubt he would have cared.
We weren't able to get close enough to the Trevi Fountain to do any dipping (or coin throwing), but it still was cool.
And I discovered that I have fans. Graffiti-producing fans. Or at least that there are graffiti-producing people who like to write my name, as this wasn't the only occurence.