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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
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... of Santiago, this was quite a shock. We checked into our lovely apartment and relaxed for a couple hours before Aquilino picked us up and brought us to his house for dinner with his wife Gilda. She was very worried about making us a good vegan meal - but she needn't have been. It was delicious. ...
As we awoke from our short sleep in beautiful Santorini, we knew that Rome would be special, it had everything. Great food, people, huge land marks and overall a great sense of history and prestige. We were even more excited to be at the Athens airport than usual as well. Just before we went to sleep a phone called Jess' phone, my phone. A man answered and told Jess he had a phone that didn't belong to him and found my distress in Greek ...
... it haha) during this time he also announced new cardinals which included Archbishop of Wellington, John Dew. It was such a privilege being there as a New Zealander as well as it being such an important time for Catholics in New Zealand. I didn't stop crying for a while afterwards as I was still trying to comprehend the fact that I had just seen the Pope - a man who I have learnt a lot about in the past few months and ...
... cam across The Magnum store... Um... Wow... Make your own Magnum icecream - enough said!
Denham bought a really lovely Italian Suit - very nice.
Dinner was nothing to rave about and then it was off to bed, ready for a big day tomorrow.
Denham and I had been looking forward to this for quiet some time, today we had a guided tour of the Vatican.
As we walked ...
... eating gelato and walking around. We ate dinner at a restaurant called the Cul De Sac, which our tour guide recommended. It was Matt and Monica's last night in Europe before heading back to Seattle. I was sad to see them go, but I was even more happy that they were able to travel here to spend time with me and tour Europe.
Sunday was a day to myself which is very rare. It was 75 degrees in Rome, so mostly ...