I spent 2 weeks walking around Italy and boy was it a trip of a lifetime. We spent time in Florence and Rome and I saw some really incredible things. If you ever have an opportunity to go, I recommend you do it because it was just amazing. Check out some of the places and things I saw below.
Here's me in front of the famous Colosseum and boy is this an amazing site to see.
We all had to take a picture of us standing in the center of Rome.
Here is the famous Trevi Fountain.
Here's a look inside The Colosseum.
I saw some people roasting chestnuts over an open fire and I just had to take a picture.
Here's a picture of my sister Erin and her husband, Tom, enjoy wine and some delicious lunch.
I saw an Irish plane at the Heathrow airport and I just had to take a picture of it. Maybe Ireland will be my next trip.
Here;s the group enjoying the Poggia Rubino Winery.
Here's another picture of Erin and Tom enjoying some delicious food and wine.
Here's the family enjoying a wonderful family dinner.
You can't go to Italy and not enjoy some amazing food and wine.
Here's Mike enjoying the beautiful Florence.
Here are my twin nieces, Elena and Anesa, who were enjoying a fabulous family dinner.
You can enjoy wine in all kinds of places in Italy. Here's Mike enjoying a glass of wine in a wine cave.
Mike, Tom, Erin and I enjoying a fabulous wine and lunch.
Here's a picture of a lovely, local woman enjoying a glass of Grappa.
Here's a beautiful skyline photo.
Here's a look at a wonderful Italian dessert.
Erin just cannot contain her excitement for great wine and food.
Here's a picture I just had to take of a pig being carved for sandwiches.
Churches all over Italy will showcase previous Popes and I got to snap a quick picture of Pope John the XXIII
The service at Pareone Ristorante was so wonderful I had to take a picture of our Waiter Danelo.
Here's a picture of the Topo Gigio the famous puppet.
You can't go to Italy and not have some Pizza, as you can tell Tom really enjoyed it.
Here's a picture of me standing on the Spanish Steps.
I couldn't believe just how incredible the Pantheon was in real life.
There are so many statues in Italy. Here's just one of them.
Here's a picture of a Swiss guard outside the Vatican.
Here's a delicious gelato place in San Grimignano.
Here's a picture of the streets in San Grimignano
The architecture in Rome is just incredible. Take a look at this piece.
Here's a picture of a woman named Roberta that I saw while we were visiting the Poggio Rubino Winery.
Here's Tom debating whether he wants more wine. Of course he did. Why did he even think about it.
Here's a picture of our wonderful tour guide Antonio, if you ever go to Italy let me know and I'll give you his name.
Here's Mike's reaction when he found more wine. We just couldn't get enough.
Here is the iconic David by Michelangelo. It was incredible to see in person.
Of course we had to have a little fun while we were there too, there was wine involved after all. Here's a picture of Mike really enjoying the culture.
Here's a picture that I got of the landscape in Florence.
This display of macaroons was so cool I just had to take a picture of it.
Here's a look at some of the art in Italy.
Here's a piece I saw of Jesus with two men.
Believe it or not, there were Irish Pubs all over Florence and Rome. Here's a look at one.
I just couldn't get over how beautiful all the building were in Italy. It just shows how old the country really is. As I went to take a picture of this one, a guy just happened to look out his window.
I really like this picture of Mike, Tom, Erin and I in front of a fountain in Rome.
I loved this fountain so much I just had to take a picture.
Here's a quick look inside the Ferragamo museum.
I told you I just couldn't get enough of the buildings. Here's another picture of a beautiful building.
I was also delighted by how much music you actually heard while walking around Italy. Here's a new friend that I met along the way.
Even the simplest of things have so much beauty in Italy. Here is a picture of church doors that I absolutely loved.
While visiting one of the wineries, it was raining so we had to sit inside. Erin looked out the window to see all the vines.
This is a picture of the window were Mussolini announced his alliance with Hitler.
Here's a picture of the very handsome Carlo at the Poggio Rubino Winery.
I found this candelabra in a church and just had to take a picture of it. Isn't it beautiful.
Here's my attempt at taking a selfie in the beautiful Rome.