Hotel Val Girard
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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I wake well before my alarm, no doubt sleeping under the fear of missing my train. It's a very civilised 10.46 intercity one to Milan Centrale with a very civilised breakfast at the station beforehand (freshly squeezed OJ is the norm) and few stops along the way. My Monterosso mates, leaving tomorrow, prepare for a day of sea kayaking, paddle boats and/or swimming.
Early booking has allowed me to indulge in a €19 first class ticket for the three hour train trip... ...
... you didn't even notice that they were topless...The men in the show looked like Manpower and one of the highlights was the trapeze act over everyone's head. A must-see event in Paris - for both genders.
After this HUGE day, we got the Metro home and everyone passed out.
Paris was a whirlwind. Much to big to see in a day and a night but, we gave it a might crack!!
Big day tomorrow - driving to the Swiss Alps!!
... by the number of layers we wear. We were warned about pick pockets by security at the palace when buying tickets; not sure who or where they were. We kept hands in pockets over phones and camera. Versailles is a place of wonder and then some more. You can Google pictures but I think you really need to stand in it to appreciate what it was in its day and to feel a little of the history. I am in awe to think we walked where a number of ...
Quiet day today after a late start. Always difficult leaving loved ones behind, and the buffet breakfast is a much loved one - that we couldn't leave behind. Especially as thanks to Kylie's incredible grasp of French, meant that when the lady asked if we wanted more coffee, Kylie's hand waving, arm flapping, and attempts to say "no thanks" resulted in another jug of coffee that we then felt obliged to drink. We headed to the Louvre first, not because of the museum but because it ...
... Quite a bohemian place. One of the gems of Paris, and so different from the Right Bank. Bused by Place de la Concorde 4 times and heard the story of 2,600 beheading during the revolution. Let them eat cake I say! Then a night bus home. Off to the Opera House today ... Home of the Phantom ...