Our trip to Rome was one of our best. But the last day was just okay. We rented a car and drove to Pompeii. It took over two hours to get there and just driving through Rome in a car was experience enough. We had a great lunch at a very authentic Italian restaurant. We then rented our headsets and started walking around Pompeii. Keith and I had already been there so it was mostly about the kids seeing it and they kind of lost interest after 30 minutes. At this point we took a short train ride to Sorrento which is one of my favorite cities in Italy. We started to walk around the darling town, got some gelato, and then Josh got sick. Maybe too much gelato. We left Sorrento before seeing much, took the train back to Pompeii, drove home the almost three hours because of the traffic in Rome, spent what felt like forever looking for a parking space for our rental car, and tried to pack so we would be ready to leave the next morning. In addition, I forgot my camera battery and had to take pictures with Kelly's I-pod. Not our best day.
|At lunch our cute waiter stayed and talked through our entire meal. He was this little old Italian man that was excited that we were from Utah because he had been there as a child.|
|Why can't my eleven year old son eat gelato like a normal person?|
You would think we would be the ones getting sick.