Above: A young boy pulls back the metro station wall to reveal a colorful flock of birds, by French street artist Seth Globepainter.
Above: a representation of Pope Francis by French street artist C215 at the Piazza di Spagna metro station.Who knows, maybe people will wait in line and pay to see a different kind of Roman art in a few hundred years.
ITS A GOOD THING u didnt pass up rome
The vatican and coliseum look unbeeleeabel
The journey is going great
Happy u posted
Ive been waiting for weeks
Talked ti ginny today
Herspirits are up
I have an important question
Does Justin own another T Shirt?
I love that you are enjoying following our trip! We Skyped with Ginny & Jordan the other day! Good eye–yes, Justin owns another t-shirt. It’s the same color, but with a collar. For some reason, though, he only wears this one. Haha.
My heart is so happy that you braved the crazy drivers and experienced Roma!!!!!!!!
Me too!! xo
These photos are spectacular! They are amazing, you are quite talented in so many ways. They brought back so many memories for me. I loved Rome and totally agree with your friend who urged you not to pass it up and try to seek out every nook and cranny!! I try to get back to your site to catch up on what’s going on but this is the first time I’ve been back in a while. Keep up the good work! From the first time I read your first article many years ago, I always knew you were a gifted writer who didn’t dare to skimp (even collecting the so-annoying, nitty-gritty interviews and unusable photos…lol!!!) I’m excited for you as you travel on this unbelievable adventure!!! Happy Trails to you and your hubby,
Margo! You are just the sweetest, ever. Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m so happy you are finding enjoyment in following this journey of ours and I hope you have something wonderful planned for yourself. I saw that you have been traveling a bit as well!