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- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
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... when "Vilatte met Loyson",(p3) and Margrander wrote that Loyson wanted to personally talk with Vilatte regarding Catholic reform in America, and proposed that Vilatte travel to Europe for ordination as priest by a Christian Catholic Church of Switzerland (CKS) bishop, Eduard Herzog of Bern, Switzerland.(p188) In 1890, Loyson denied personally knowing Vilatte.(p17) Marx and Blied did not known if the two also met during Loyson's second, 1893-1894, American ...
... tomorrow when we get to Riccioni.
So domani (tomorrow) we say " arrivederci Roma" and head north by train to the biking hotel at Riccioni. There we meet up with Ron and Diane Guy, Margaret Kavanagh and her group - who have warmed up for Riccioni by riding through France from the north to the south coast! As well we will be seeing my sister Helen from London and Mike's brother Alun with his friend Natalie.
That's it for now,
Heather (Mom) x
... faster! We found an Internet café and had a caprice sandwich and espresso’s or coke lights while Roger posted two blogs. Grabbed a gelato to take in the van and rushed to meet our driver. On our way back to Messina he stopped at an overlook so we could also look back and see Etna, the famous active volcano.
Back in Messina he drove us first to see The Sanctuary of Christ Re which stands on a hill overlooking the city and harbor. Once a ...
... to be gently shoved into an over-capacity peak hour train like a can of sardines pushed into a thimble. Like marionette puppets we clung to the overhead support bars and squashed our faces against the glass doors of the train before promptly getting off three stops early and walking the rest of the way to the station. Though hilly and our feet sore, this was a wise decision.
While you were sleeping:
1. Buy train ticket.
2. Wait for ...
... inside the Sistine Chapel which was very interesting. We were finally ushered into the Sistine Chapel where we were told, "silencio!" and "No photos!" many times. We left the Sistine Chapel and walked to St. Peter's. We spent the last 45 minutes inside St. Peter's attempting to see everything. Some areas were closed off due to Christmas Eve mass preparations. But the largest church in the world is nothing short of magnificent. The Vatican lived up to everyone's ...