I took a few last photos at sunrise over our beloved town, truly a beautiful view. The driver helped us with our luggage from our rooms, we all got in the car and headed north with plenty of time for dealing with morning commute traffic around Rome. The road we took was along the coast and I was familiar with it, particularly passing the neighboring towns like Sperlonga, Terracina and Fondi where I had spent time with friends. I smiled as I looked out the window happy that the driver chose this route for our departure.The flight home was painless and I enjoyed my few hour layover in London. It's interesting how Rome and London airports are basically big American style shopping malls. The only indication that they are airports are the digital signs listing flight numbers and people dragging luggage around. It's easy to find a charger for your phone and difficult to be bored with so much distraction. Once I made it to Vegas around 10pm I was exhausted and cranky, but I called for my Lyft. The driver told me that car shares aren't allowed to pick people up at that terminal and I must take a shuttle to another one. There was no way in hell I was feeling up for that and I asked him if he was willing to accommodate me this one time and he said no. Quite a contrast from my car share guy in Rome who found me but I guess I ran out of vacation luck. I got into a normal cab and arrived home for a little bit more money but less wear on the nerves.This was an incredible dream vacation and although it was only a week it felt like two. I'm indebted to Janis and her incredible generosity and loyal friendship. I'm a lucky gal.