They are the master observers of art.
They pose by the Ponte Vecchio.
They discover beautiful views of the city from the gardens of the Pitti Palace.
They ride bikes in Lucca.
They even explore Lucca by foot.
They drive little red cars through the Tuscan countryside.
They pose in said countryside.
They finagle their way into private wine tours.
They visit torture museums? Not normal.
Then, they go to ROME. And have such a great time. A trip to be remembered. When in Rome...
They visit Vatican City.
They stand in line for St. Peter's in the rain. But don't worry, they were used to getting rained on every single day (minus 2) out of their 10 days in Italy.
They finally get in to the Basilica, and gawk at its massiveness.
And at Michelangelo's Pieta. The Sistine Chapel was also involved in the trip to the Vatican.
They see the Colosseum! "Joint is holding up pretty good, considering the Stones opened it." -Dad
They get caught, unprepared, in the rain at the Roman Forum.
They explore the Pantheon, with its perfect architectural proportions.
They discover the Tiber River.
They search the neighborhood of Trastevere for a bathroom for the boy, only to end up tricking one bar into thinking they'd buy something, while really they just ran away while the boy was inside using the facilities.