Hotel St. Moritz
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... br> Episcopal and Old Catholic
There were two notable missions in the Episcopal Diocese of Fond du Lac, one to the Germans under the leadership of Karl Oppen, formerly a Lutheran minister, the other to the French and Belgians on the Door Peninsula along the Green Bay of Lake Michigan, known as the Old Catholic Mission under the leadership of Vilatte.(pp157-158) The Belgian settlement was spread out over parts of Brown, Door, Kewaunee counties. It stretched from ...
Today we arrived in Rome and it took us a long time to actually get out of the plane. We went into the airport and went to the baggage area to claim our luggage and that also took about 1 and a half hours to do. Once we got our luggage we went to an information desk which didn't really help but we found a place where you hire a bus or mini van and it takes you right to the door of your hotel. There were other people as well so we didn't get ...
... it was rebuilt after the 1908 earthquake and now is a crypt for local citizens who gave their lives in WWII.
Finally, he took us to see the 12th C Norman Romanesque Cathedral, Treasury and adjoining Bell Tower. The bell tower was built in 1733 and houses what is believed to be the world’s largest and most mechanical clock. A roaring lion, a crowing rooster and numerous biblical figures spring into action at the stroke of noon. We ...
... br> 3. Toilet. 1 Euro.
4. Platform announced.
5. Board train.
6. Wait. Watch people validate tickets.
7. Quick! Jump off train! Mean to validate ticket!
7. Train leaves for airport.
9. Toilet. Free!
10. Train arrives at airport.
11. Wait for gate number.
12. Gate number announced.
15. Boarding commences.
16. Not rich, old, or baby. Wait.
17. Board plane.
18. Fly ...
... our Tour guide Manuel provided us with a detailed historical journey.
Our next adventure was thanks to another partner at Brian's firm, Larry. We made our way by scary taxi (speeding through the streets nearly hitting pedestrians - very much like a real life video game) to Domus Romane di Palazzo Valentini for a tour of ancient ruins archeologists had unearthed in the last several years. While waiting for the tour we found the cheapest cafe in ...