Hotel du Chateau
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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... the great view of the Duomo to the tour we took to Siena, San Gimignano and Pisa; and all of that great gelato! The Italian expression "tante belle cose" (many beautiful things) best describes my feelings about Florence, and the beautiful people we met. Now we're off to where it all began ... Paris!
The Air France flight to Paris was smooth as silk, and by the time we retrieved our bags and exited the arrivals area, our private ...
... As a Bib Track walker this famous icon adorns all the dunny walls reminding people to do more thinking and less stinking when using the drop dunnies. Neat to see the original. The gardens are simply spectacular and I saw some flowers like nothing I've ever seen before and this most odd, beautiful big bee! He was about 2.5 cm long and man could he shake those stamens. Check out his very orange butt!
Wandered out past the military Musee and place of Napoleons ...
We arrive in the city of love on a cold, grey and rainy Saturday afternoon. I have been fighting off a cold and losing the battle by this time. Scratchy throat and snotty nose. We take the Metro to our flat in the 7th arrondissement, but have to change lines to get there. The Paris Metro is not designed for travelling with multiple pieces of luggage even though our Rimowa bags roll on four wheels. There are numerous flights ...
... way better than mine. Went to the locks of love bridge which Arthur claims is a monstrosity. I of course loved it and wished I had a certain Hawaiian to lock it up with. We had a 2 hour Parisian lunch filled with great conversation. I had a real croque Monsieur and it was life changing. I also had macaroons from the best place in Paris, Pierre Herme. They were mini and cost 2.5 euros each but they were sooooo worth it. We went to every historic ...
... load. Instead, it had a sort of con-system going, giving guests 25% off vouchers for the over-priced meals in the hostel bar to give you the illusion of saving money. It wasn’t all bad though, in my dorm I met some sport crazy Aussies and a New Zealander appreciative of my Wellington Phoenix jersey. Being bright yellow it also makes an ideal cycling jersey, and I was getting ready to hit ...