Monday, July 30, 2007

A Lot Of Images

Bubble Boy.

One of many images of Nonno where I would have a hard time coming up with a caption. This was on our way to San Ambroggio.

San Ambroggio church. This is one of the first Roman Catholic churches. Previously this religion was practiced in secret.

The Duomo. I can't describe this and to be honest not even images due it justice.

This image is of us after we had ice cream. Anything here giving it away?

Another one of many images my father took of the Duomo.

This was the last image I saw Nonno take before we spent the next half hour looking for him. Would you believe he was hiding in the Duomo?

The Gelateria. Parker absolutely loves all kinds of ice cream. Especially if it is coming from Nonno.

Lunch at a pizzeria in the Duomo. My wife ponders what kind of pizza she has. It is a formality because she always has a margharita with pomodorini on them.

Breakfast near Loretto. My father is trying to have every pizza in Milan before he leaves. I am not sure if he understands he will have to stay here more than a month to do that.

Nonno, behind us. Again.

His biggest beef with Italy. Graffiti.

Nonno said that there was no way he was going to guy a pastry from McDonald's.

A very happy little boy.

My wife did not believe that it was meant for cleaning feet. They showed her.

The ducks in the river by Cernusco. A couple were feeding them.

He was so excited to get on the ride.

Parker getting a little taken off around the eyes and ears while flipping through his favourite magazine.

Parker's face at one of its worst stages.

The pizza from the first night Nonna and Nonno arrived.


Auntie Natalie said...

Parker Pants,

What great pictures! I love to see what you are eating, where you are going, and what you are doing! It all looks like such fun! I hope that this week goes smoothly and that you keep getting more and more good news.

We love you all and miss you very much!

Auntie Natalie & Uncle David xoxoxo

Elizabeth said...

Hi Parker Darling,

Wow, it looks like you are really getting to see much more of Italy in the last few days! What beautiful pictures - thank you to your Daddy for posting them so we can see through everyone's eyes what it's like there.

Calder is walking like crazy now so he will be all ready to run and play with you when you come back - of course, there will still be plenty of things for you to teach him! :)

Have a wonderful rest of the week, tell Mommy and Daddy hi for us!!