Allobroges Park Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We both woke about 8:30 feeling so much better.The blue sky had a few clouds but it looked like a wonderful day to come.We went downstairs and had breakfast from the buffet. There were so many choices. I made a boiled egg, had some baguette, lovely campari tomatoes, cheese, ham, yogurt, tea, juice etc. Hubby had a croissant and cereal and juice. …
Neither of us slept well last night or at least not long enough. It was probably after 1:30 when we finally fell asleep and than my phone rang around 3 AM because I had forgotten to turn it off and our alarm went off at 5:30 AM. We reluctantly hauled ours butts out of bed, did our last minute packing, checked out and caught the 59 bus to St. …
... what I had suspected, that I was carrying about 5kg of excess baggage after a month in Italy. Operation boot camp has kicked in with awesome running paths along the river and the crazy prices are well timed so we have just been having 1 meal a day.
Our luck with good weather continued early on with our arrival and first full day having very clear sky and 18 degree max's which by all accounts is unseasonably warm. We spent day ...
... evening I rejoined my new friends at the bar to enjoy some American Football aka The NFL ;-) I surprised myself when I was asked to explain the sport and how the whole league works – I don’t think I realized how much I knew about football! Lol. It was really nice to be able to just kick back with some friends and enjoy some sports and good conversation.
On Monday, I walked to Aunt Danielle and Uncle ...
... Austrians if the capital was located in Turin). Chambery has a medieval castle which housed the dukes and counts of Savoy, and it is linked to a chapel which was built to house the Shroud of Turin (lots of money went into housing that shroud!!). Unfortunately the castle was shut when we arrived so all we got to see was the formidable steep wall facing the town. The old town (called 'Ancienne Ville' on all the road signs) has a number of quite wide cobblestone streets, lots of ...