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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... of us and picks up a gold ring and tries to engage in conversation with us, we are all over this and are well aware of this scam so we just ignore her and walk off, leaving her disappointed. We wait for our boat on the river bank and it's raining again. We haven't had much luck with the weather since we have been away, we are lucky here and there to get glimpses of sunshine and when we do the camera comes out to take as many shots as possible. ...
Very tired today..... Up early (6.30 at least 2 hours before we have been waking up other days), and into van to Geneva. Very sad to say goodbye to Chatel and the fun we have had here, but it was raining when we left and at least we will be seeing Sue, Andy, Tom and Ben again in the uk so that made it easier. Arrived in Geneva with time to spare so quick breakfast at the station and on to the train. Thankfully this time ...
... Japanese man asked us for help (error!) and caused us to miss the train by seconds. Luckily they run every 15 minutes.
Shockingly enough (despite booking a hotel there) getting off at Villepinte was an error....its just a big carpark. So back on the train we went to Parc des Expositions. We found nearly every exit to the station closed and when we got on the street it was a ghost town of large avenues and corporate offices. We knew our hotel ...
A frosty three degrees greeted us when we opened our apartment's front door. We were all rugged up, even more than we had done in regional France.
We decided the easiest and most effective way to see Paris would be aboard a hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus using a two day pass. The bus had four routes taking in over fifty historical sights. Today we travelled on the two routes on the eastern side of Paris, taking in sights such as ...
... so he can complete the work. It doesn’t really feel like we’ve moved in, and my dutiful wife will have to deal with that for a week before leaving to meet me in France. She quipped to me that I always do that to her when we move in a new house: have the movers fill the house with boxes and then I leave for Africa or somewhere and she does the lion’s share of the unpacking and organizing. She said it as a joke, but it’s actually pretty true, though not ...