Greetings from Venice!
##Paris • Venice • Rome • Anker
Over SEVEN years after getting married, we finally took our honeymoon. It included 3 days in Paris, 2 days in Venice, and 3 days in Rome. It was an absolutely incredible and unforgettable experience.
Shortly after stepping of the plane and arriving in the city of Paris, we took off and walked the Chansaelise, and climbed the Eiffel Tower. We toured the streets of Montmartre, sat in on a mass in Notre Dame, cruised the River Seine, got lost in the Louvre, drank wine on the steps of the Sacre Coeur overlooking Paris at night, wandered around the Pere Lachaise Cemetery for hours, and drank some Absinthe before seeing the cancan at the Moulin Rouge.
After a short flight from Paris, we sailed out to Venice and took a gondola around the city, checked out the Doge’s Palace and Saint Mark’s Basilica, and took a boat to see the colorful houses of Burano. The next day we caught the high-speed train from Venice to Rome.
After arriving in Rome we explored the empty streets of the city until 2 am. We stopped by many of the Roman Forums, St. Peter’s Square, Castel Sant’Angelo, the Colosseum, the Pantheon, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain (among MANY other fountains), and drank limoncello in the Piazza Navona under the stars with almost no tourists to be seen. After sleeping in a little the next morning we dove deep underground to the Domitilla Catacomb, the Basilica of San Clemente, and the saw the wild sights of the Capuchin Crypt. The following day we toured the newest wonder of the world, the Colosseum before travelling inside the walls of the Vatican to behold the historic sights of the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Across our journeys we ate at some fantastic restaurants and made friends from Australia, Canada, and Guernsey at the many places we ate at.
We live in a glorious world full of places and history to explore. We saw so many jaw-dropping places over the last 8 days and I left many stops out of my list above, but I am thankful for the opportunity to just scratch the surface of all this planet has to offer.
I wanted to thank @AnkerOfficial for helping us make our way through some incredible European cities. Without my bag of Anker gadgets, our phone batteries would have died and would not have been protected from drops, selfies would have been more difficult, charging would have taken longer, and the 11.5 hour plane ride from Rome to Atlanta would have been a nightmare without being able to block out the sounds of the baby crying in the cabin behind us (for probably 8 of the 11.5 hours) and not having a way to listen to the on flight movies. Anker (as well as Soundcore and Karapax) visited some of the most famous and iconic places on earth with us and were a welcomed, and loved, travel companion!
Anker, Soundcore, and Karapax products that traveled with us through Europe.
##Cin Cin • Saluti • Cheers