La Piccola Maison
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It is never easy to know how to spend the last few hours before parting ways on a trip, but we managed to fill every minute and make Mom grateful for the 9+ hours she will have to stay off her feet while flying home. Rome is made for walking, but that is not to say that any of it is easy. Up and down, full of steps, and made of cobblestones, …
We woke this morning knowing that it was time to leave the watery madness of Venice and head south again for Rome. Our time in Italy is coming to an end; tomorrow Mom flies home to New Hampshire and then we fly to Colorado on Monday.
One last walk down the waterfront in Venice brought us to a very calm and relaxed part of the city, …
Well finally! Here we are in Rome feeling utterly exhausted after our 36 1/2 hour trip. We got in about 2.00pm today, met our transfer guy and we were whisked off to Hotel Stella, which is a stones throw from Termine 1.
Best flight in the last 36 1/2 hours was Emirates on their A380 - incredibly quiet, very smooth and fantastic service. We'd fly with them again anytime.
Anyway - we could have crashed and slept when we got ...
... at our first restaurant of the night for a drink and to tell the hostess thanks again. We quickly started to notice all the fresh ingredients at the bar and soon witnessed a true mixologist in action! Jeff had an Italian version of the Manhattan, Bryan had a Italian signature drink with Bourbon replacing Gin, Mom sipped on lemon cello while I enjoyed a ginger-lemon cocktail! These hand crafted drinks were spectacular and have the fun was watching them be made - it literally looked ...
... marveled at the Vatican's collection of marble animal statues. Then we entered the awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel - the crowning glory of any visit to the Vatican. We gazed up at Michelangelo’s "The Creation of Adam" and "The Last Judgment" on the chapel’s back wall and absorbed the sacred ambiance of the pope’s private chapel (while trying to ignore the frequent and loud shushes from the security guards). We finished our tour at the St ...