Well, this was going to be a completely grand conversation. Gaia wasn't exactly liking the overtones here. She followed Angel, glancing at the buildings as they passed. This was certainly not some barbarian land, but the architecture was so strange. Certainly unlike anything she'd ever seen before. She wasn't exactly sure where they even were in the world, but she knew it was no land under Roman rule, and the barbarians certainly never had settlements like this city. "All right," she replied with a nod of acknowledgement to going to his office. "And gratitude for the offer of a room. I have a feeling it may be needed." She didn't exactly have money with her, and she was fairly certain the money she would have had on her would not be taken as currency in this place.
Once inside, Gaia glanced around for a moment before Angel turned to her and started the explanation. At hearing she'd traveled forward about two thousand years, Gaia's mouth dropped open. For several moments, she stood there in stunned silence. "Two thousand years? But, how? Did the gods do this?" Because that was the only explanation that jumped into her head. Gaia, who was normally very composed and able to mask things like shock, was unable to conceal such now. Really, two thousands ahead in time? She couldn't really believe it.