Chateau de la Cazine
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau de la Cazine Noth
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... they get all mad and yell at you in French. I think these are the scummiest people and I don't not like them and they need to find a real job instead of trying to scam tourists into buying there string. They also need to realize they are no longer in Africa and a better marketing strategy might be saying "Welcome to Paris" instead of "Welcome to Africa" because I was definitely not in Africa or anywhere close on this trip. We decided not to go to the top of the ...
We landed at Heathrow in London in the morning, and went to the Marriott Hotel Regents Park...which is about a 15 min tube ride to downtown. Our room wasn't ready at the hotel so we stored our big bags and reconfigured some of our handbags so we could go directly to the Tower of London and start our European adventure. Ali and Lauren had to be convinced to stay on their feet after the overnight ...
... Maccas for a bio break.
Quick link with free wifi and a bio break and heading back to Lyon two hours away.
Oh dear traffic backed up. Our trusty Mrs TomTom tells us there is a 45 minute delay. She is so clever she can now tell us where to find fuel and if the traffic is snarled ahead. Well... i have been able to figure a few things out in a hit and miss sort of way.
Oh look the sign to Geneva we will be heading off there pretty soon.
... maintaining a quaintness that romanticises the soul. Amboise, where Leonardo (the artist, not the turtle) lived his years after moving to France was especially memorable. As for the river Loire which feeds the valley, I get the impression of it having its own lifeform while also being the life source for an entire region for centuries.
It is little wonder the money in France was spent here building chateau after chateau that now ...
... famous vinyards of the cote du rhone. naturaly i am partaking as I write. It would be rude not to really. the people up here seem to use the river more. There We stopped at a marina last night. Big place and cost 23 euro. Not much of interest as it is far out of town. But a few locks later we are in the town of saint vallier. Its a village right on the water with a free pontoon or halt fluvial. we headed to the ...