Comfort Hotel Adelaide
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... their very plain many wives..most of whom were beheaded and then home to Napoleon and his bird, Josephine...they took it over, made himself an Emperor, spent a packet on it from other peoples money and lived like the kings previously mentioned, prior to their unfortunate demise. When he lost the war, they were exhiled to Elba and the Palace was stripped bare. Some dude took it over years later and borrowed much of the stuff from ...
By Cameron I woke up at 6am and went with my mum to get the croissants and a baguette. We bought 3 chocolate croissants and two butter croissants. After we had breakfast we went to the Louvre. First we walked around and looked at the stone statues including the Winged Victory and the famous Venus de Milo. And Leonardo De Vinci paintings but there was no Mona Lisa. Then we saw the Mona Lisa. It had a smile and looked like Leonardo De Vinci in a ...
... we metroed via Amy and her metro-map skills to the Trocadero where we met our guide. (Rebecca, this was one guide we could have done without to tell the truth.) For the International Exposition of 1937 the old Palais du Trocadero was demolished and replaced by the Palais de Chaillot which now tops the hill. There is a lovely garden and water fountains in front of ...
... back streets where the locals eat. We got an enormous baguette each for 4euro. They were so yummy. We had nothing to wear for the dinner and cabaret show, so we quickly ran down the shon solesey to find clothes. We found some clothes and had 30mjnutes to spare before the bus was leaving to go back to the hotel. We sat at a cafe and Sam bought a toasted sandwich- which had cheese on the topside... Say what! We got back to the hotel and got ...
... retailers can afford to run specials all year round) Anyway I thought that I might be able to pick up a bargain or two, and I had all day to do it.
Well that was the idea, but the reality is that their prices were just too high (even with 50 percent off). It looks like I will have to keep buying my stuff from Hallensteins, Farmers, the Warehouse, and Kathmandu.
I had a serious look through every menswear shop on 4 floors (except for the ...