A belated, but nonetheless most sincere, “Thank You” for making our two days in Rome so special. Our expectations were surpassed beyond measure. As you know, this was my fourth trip to Rome. But never, until I was under your guidance last weekend, had I ever felt the pulse of this most exciting and vibrant city.
Every single thing was just PERFECT: from arranging for your trusted driver to meet us promptly at shipside in Civitavecchia in a van for all our heavy luggage, to the very special ‘handicapped’ Vatican tour, to each of our wonderful lunch stops, to your wonderful and exciting history lessons overlooking the old Roman Forum from high, to the spectacular city view from the park with the booming noon cannon, to the highlights of the Borghese Galleries, and everything in between, it was just marvelous. Jim, of course, was especially thrilled – as were we all – with the visit to the little chapel outside the walls and the story of St. Peter asking Christ, “Domine, quo vadis?”
In two weeks of cruising from Denmark to Rome we stopped at 12 ports. Yet both Peg and I have talked about almost nothing else since we returned home except what a wonderful time we had in Rome. So mere words fail me in expressing our thanks. Please never hesitate to use our names for reference to any of your prospective clients. I have already told my partner about your services since he is planning an Italian holiday this fall. I also gave your name and email address to my travel agent in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The hotel pick-up arrangements the next morning worked perfectly and your driver got us to Da Vinci in good time. Our flights home were uneventful until the last ten minutes when the pilot told us we had been diverted to Los Angeles instead of San Diego because fog had closed the airport in San Diego. So we ended up having to be driven home by coach down the coast, finally arriving about 3 am. But so it goes.
Be assured that you have not seen the last of us. We will return. We look forward to our next trip and to learning more and seeing more of your marvelous city.
Warmest best regards,
Bob and Peggy Miller
San Diego, CA