Monday, 5 December 2011
Short getaway to Rome with kids
When I decided to bring the whole family to Rome for a tour inspection, I had no idea of how it could turn out to be, but I was ready to become overtired.
We departed from Viareggio, Northern Tuscany, about 8am and we decided to go for the state highway Aurelia, instead of the motorway via Florence. The journey was very relaxing, as there is not much traffic and you need a slower pace, but I had not considered that my 7-months-old baby could need a change on the way there and the 4 years old girl might need a break. Well, the only place which can be considered “suitable” for both needs and is also providing a comfy baby changing top is a bar just before the entrance of the Civitavecchia Motorway to Rome. There are many nice places which might be worth a stop, but the one I feel I have to go back sometime in the future is the Etruscan city of Tarquinia. Read on >>>
My post on My Family travels blog: http://www.myfamilytravels.com/