Hotel Selva Candida
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Catholicism, in Green Bay, Wisconsin.(p66)(p188) In April 1884, he was appointed, by the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America (PCUSA) Board of Home Missions as pastor of a French language mission in Green Bay.
He preached against the RCC and distributed Chiniquy's tracts there as well as Fort Howard, Marinette, and other parts of Wisconsin.(p535)[g] Although Vilatte did not succeed to any extent, according to Shea, he was ordained as ...
... Rick Steves calls it - the "Caesar shuffle". Included were the Roman Forum - which was the political, religious and commercial centre of the ancient city of Rome. We picked up a guide book that showed on each page a picture of today's ruins and then overlaid it with a picture of what it would have looked like in ancient Rome. A clever trick that helped make sense of the rubble and columns lying around everywhere. The second part of the ancient sites, the ...
... city center. They did a lot of window shopping and compared the collection of high end shops to be much like Rodeo Drive in Hollywood. John was particularly amazed to see a pair of shoes with a price tag of 500 Euros!
We met in the lounge for the disembark info and the captain’s farewell. He reported that we had traveled slightly more than 1000 nm with a total sailing time of about 125 hours. He admitted that often the sails were just for ...
... in the museums explained that most ruins are ruins because the a Roman Emperor Hadrian invaded and/or burnt down Greek buildings, like the Panthenon. So regardless what country we were in we read lots about Hadrian. We visited the crypt in Rome, mainly because it's not everyday you visit a crypt. It was very damp, dark, and creepy. There was an altar at the end with frescoes and candles. It was cool, but we didn't stay long. I've noticed in Rome ...
... up. She showed us the Capuchins Crypt from the outside where I was planning on returning to the next day. Then we headed towards Trevi fountain which was packed. The sun was just setting so we got there just as they turned on the lights that illuminated it. We all did the tradition of throwing a coin over our shoulder so we would return to Rome on day. Joel and I did the other tradition on behalf of the group by drinking from the fountain of the love which means we will be ...