Joined Dec 2020
Hi, I'm Veronica and our family of 5 (2 kids, husband and I, and my 79-year-old mother) is currently building/converting a Sprinter van to be our permanent tiny home-on-wheels as we world/wildschool our children and check off my mom's travel bucket list! Traveling is in our bones and I hope to share all wonderful discoveries and lessons learned from past and future travel! Right now, I'm putting together a multi-part series on our 10-week language-immersion travel to Italy in 2019 - from setting up a home base, to itineraries for different cities and regions we visited! I will be posting all of it to travel tips soon!
The \"must-do's\": Fontana di Trevi, Castel Sant'Angelo w/ view of the Basilica di San Pietro, and Il Coloseo
If only you could see the cheeses in front! or the marinated veggies! or the breads! . . .
So much more fun than the Pantheon (behind me)!
Anywhere in the big circle is fine - or, stay near the sites in one of the smaller circles and easily travel to the others!
Noisy but real, and you see so much more of the city!
Best cornetti ever - they even had gluten-free! Fantastic gelato too (the nutella flavored one is to-die-for)! - far from city enter so find one in your neighborhood!
A packed day! Exhausting but so worth it and we knocked off everything we wanted to see in that zone!
I can't say enough how much Dante loved the audio tour - and Leila enjoyed bits and pieces too!
So much free space, so much beauty, history and wonder. . .
Can you see Palatine Hill there in the background
A giant hug from papa before heading in!