Rome with children was a struggle. The sidewalks were impassible with our stroller. Even walking, they were a hazard as the locals would park their cars everywhere that wasn't barricaded. And there was lots of litter, including dog poo.
Then there was the general lack of playgrounds, public bathrooms and street signs. We were always getting lost, despite having a detailed map and guide book, which meant a lot of extra walking for Nikolai. And even though it was off season, there were so many tourists (and hustlers) that it was hard for the kids to manoeuvre.
It didn't matter though, Nikolai is a natural traveller. He loved it so much that he cried when it came to leave.
Archeology Museum has all the history of the Roman Empire, as well the countryside is covered with stately palaces from it's former glory as the Capital of Italy.
Royal Palace. Though it was the medieval armoury that had Nikolai completely fixated. There were at least a dozen knights on horseback with various different fancy suits of armour on display. Certainly a feast for his imagination.
Basic Grain Free Biscuit
(This is an ad hoc recipe because it was adapted for different ad ins, and depended on what is available in our kitchenette).
You can amend this in many different ways. I made an so far I have made almond meal with diced garlic and grated cheese biscuit. As well as two different variations of a sweet biscuits with chickpea flour involving stewed dates in milk, raisins, nuts, and coconut. I really think that ANY flavours you can think of would work well in this recipe... it's really just that basic.