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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Vilatte, not yet sixteen, served during the Franco-Prussian War in the battalion of the National Guard militia commanded by Jules-Henri-Marius Bergeret, the future member of the Comité de vigilance de Montmartre.(p66) He intended to be a Roman Catholic priest but, after the war and the Paris Commune, he went to Canada and became a member of the Methodist Church in Montreal.(p66)
He also spent two years as a teacher and ...
... made our way to the cruise ship and checked in. Soon we were eating lunch and finding our way around the ship and to our rooms. After a short break to unpack and rest our feet we went to the emergency drill then found a deckchair on the top deck to wave arrivederci to Venice. After dinner we went to the show then rolled into ...
... as naughty children and, even worse for the actual children on our tour (who were pretty well-behaved), she seemed to really have it in for them. She actually scolded them when they made a move to follow her (I guess they were following too close for her liking?). She also seemed to enjoy making us all stand in a tiny crowded corner when there should have been plenty of space for us to fan our a bit - couldn't quite figure that ...
... where all the Richy Rich's shop, so can't even fill in the boredom with a little retail therapy, such a shame. Boarding in the grey, bleak, rainy darkness with no visibility whatsoever. No matter how often I fly, I don't like it any more. British Airways flight to Gatwick, heading off at 4.10pm. London here we come. Then there's the three hour drive home in the little Ka. Can't quite bring myself to think that far ahead just at this moment. Ciao Venice ...
... then de-magnetised. Sigh! We needed two new ones! One of the spots we parked ourselves was on a couple of deck chairs next to an ugly looking port but as the chairs were in the shade we had no choice. However it turned into a very interesting port indeed with massive cargo ferries loading semi trailers and cars towing a fantastic array of campers and caravans. It was a shame we didn't know where the cargo carrier was heading but possibly they were holiday makers returning home ...