We even paused to take some unusual photos. For example, Josey's personal request to have her picture taken with an Italian policeman!
We used this day to re-visit our favorites spots, pick up some souvenirs, and move closer to the airport.
Max and Sean both really, really wanted to go on a horse ride. There are many horse-drawn carriages in
However, our last day was pretty rainy. I think the horse drivers knew the pickin’s were slim, so we got a shorter ride for a lot less euros! Susie, the kids, and I rode through the streets of
The souvenir shopping around the Trevi Fountain was also excellent. Max and Josey love to shop, so everyone was having a great time but Dado.
We had a leisurely lunch in a café, followed later by our last gelato in
Do these kids look happy or what?! Mark isn’t looking so happy because he accidentally ordered a 12 euro gelato!! That’s more than $15 US!!
All of our things were already packed because we had to check out of the apartment early. Another American family was moving in! We had a 3:00pm rendezvous with our van driver, and then we were off to the airport hotel.
Sigh. It was sad to end this vacation. It was one of my most favorite ever! However, we were all looking forward to returning to Bouzigues. The Bergrens were excited about seeing
Some amazing sights on our way home . . .
A nuclear power plant, too! Photo taken from the car. :)
Love to all!