Roman Holiday, Part III

Summer Vacation in Rome Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Summer Vacation in Rome

Here's the third and final post of photos from my vacation in Rome! If there's a city in the world (besides Paris of course) that I'll forever have close to my heart, it's Rome. So many memories, so many visits — but each very special in its own way. This time was no different. I had a blast and got to see the city in a whole other way than I've ever done before, much thanks to three lovely women (Erica, Annie and Nicolee) who were kind enough to show me around their beautiful city. I already want to return! I could wander these gorgeous streets for months. Those early mornings and those warm evenings in that beautiful golden light... Well, if Paris doesn't work out I know where to go, haha.

A few of my favourites in Rome: Venchi (ice cream), Ciampini (ice cream), Grano Frutta e Farina (breakfast), Hotel de Russie (wonderful terrace, as seen in photo #3), 00100 Pizza (pizza and crazy good supplì), Hostaria da Pietro (lunch/dinner) and Ristorante Tullio (lunch/dinner).