Raise your hand if you're sick of looking at Jason's vacation photos yet? You're all so kind, you just scan through them politely without making any comments like, "Ummm, can you post about something else now?"
I get it.
So I promise just
one last two three four more Italy posts. This one should be quite entertaining for you, or maybe just for me. These photos will be narrated with my witty commentary, and none of them really have to do with sight seeing per se.
In no particular order, I give you Outtakes and Faves! (Applause).
Taken a few minutes after meeting up with our friends from California/India, as we made our way through the endless maze that is the Roman subway system.
Little does the lady on the right know that she is about to get drenched in the waters of the Trevi Fountain by three rambunctious little American boys.
Taking a break on the floor of one of the Borgia's apartments.
"Hey, Daddy, look! A sink for little kids!"
The photograph may or may not have been Ambien induced.
Riding the bus to the Borghese museum
Can you tell is was sixty five gajillion degrees with 1000% humidity when this photo was taken? Nope, I can't either.
See, Pumpkin! We ate at your favorite Roman restaurant!
Posing at the site of one of Rome's most grim historical periods
Meet Teodoro, the only child that lives on Via Terra Vecchia.
This is where I ate the best spaghetti of my life.
Why, yes, this pizza maker's name is Antonio. And Antonio makes the best pizza Jason ever ate.
This is actually what Diego looked like during 99% of the trip. In all of the other photos, he is being threatened that if he does not hold still and smile nicely, we will not take him to the "bar" to play foosball.
One of the countless little old ladies in Casacalenda.
Here is Diego, teaching "It's a Small World" to the Italian kids in his watercolor class. Talk about a priceless moment!
I took this at the end of our trip. She rode a pink scooter, wearing a pink helmet, talking on her pink cell phone inside her helmet as she wove her way through the perilous Roman traffic.
Still here? Wow, you're nice.