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Toby and Max have been in Rome (with their parents) since early January. 3 weeks ago Italy opened up to American tourists so we hopped right on it and flew to Rome on a COVID tested flight ( no quarantining required. ) We’ve been in Italy a little over a week, but picture taking isn’t high on the list of activities. I’ve managed a few.

We went straight from the airport to an agriturismo in Tarquinio, a small town on the coast 45 miles northwest of Rome.

Wild poppies in a garbanzo field
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The farm livestock
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Ceramic flowerpots in Tarquinia
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Because of the in frequency of the Covid tested flights, many of which were unavailable, our total trip will be four weeks. We were aiming for closer to three. I would use the term “holiday“ loosely. There is a fair amount of childcare involved. Not our typical trip abroad. The boys aren’t that enthusiastic walking and sightseeing in 30°C temperatures. (Their sightseeing stamina is limited.) On the plus side there’s a lot of gelato and pizza being eaten.
We’re in Rome for another week then off for a seaside 5 days in Puglia.
 
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